TEENAGE tennis star Andy Murray is showing off a different range of ball skills in the California sun.
The new British No1 had some fun on the football pitch with his fellow tennis players after he was knocked out of the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells.
But Murray, 18, from Dunblane, a keen football fan who once had trials for Rangers, might have been left thinking he made the right choice of sport when he opted for tennis.
Despite giving the game his all, the teenager, who stunned top seed Andy Roddick to take his first ATP tour title in San Jose last month, managed to miss a sitter, to the dismay of his teammates.
He was playing for a team of European tennis stars against the South Americans on the ATP tour.
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