Known for his toothy “Murray Roar”, a source revealed to The Sun that the 31-year-old Scot spared no expense in swapping his crooked teeth for a straight set.
“Andy was always quite conscious of his teeth,” the source explained, after he unveiled his dashing makeover at the weekend's London Marathon.
“He had a slight gap-tooth and others were quite spiked. The more tournaments he won, the more he had to smile for pictures.”
After dropping out of the Australian Open in January due to a hip injury, the source said he took the time of to recuperate and work on his look.
“He didn’t like the way he looked, so he decided to finally get the treatment done. As he was out injured he thought it was the perfect opportunity.”
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