Tennis player Andy Murray pleads for help after wedding ring was stolen from his shoe

It’s a big appeal for help that Andy Murray launched on the social network on Thursday, 7 October, as reported by The Guardian and the BBC. Currently in the United States where he is to play the Indian Wells tournament, the tennis player begged his clients to lend a hand to find his alliance. When he had hung his ring on his shoelaces, which he had kept under his car during the night to dry, it was a surprise to the British champion that he could not find it again when he woke up.

Andy Murray also explained to his fans that his shoes were “wet, sweaty and smelly” after training due to the heat (39 °C). And since his room did not have a balcony, he decided to ventilate them at night by hiding them under his car. After the theft is discovered, the tennis player explains that he had to buy new shoes, “different from the shoes I usually wear which are not the end of the world, but clearly not ideal”.

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Married to Kim Sears since 2015, the British champion has got into the habit of tying her wedding ring to one of her laces even during matches. What does he do during training, so as not to be embarrassed. But unfortunately the theft of his shoes meant the disappearance of his wedding ring. “I’m going to be scolded (by my wife) at home,” he admitted after losing his ring.

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