Andy Murray gets his wedding ring and shoes back after Instagram appeal

Andy Murray was “back in the good books” with his wife after his wedding ring and stinky shoes were returned to him. He also thanked his Instagram followers for it.

On Friday, tennis star Andy Murray was seen reporting that, in less than 24 hours that his wedding ring and special tennis shoes had been stolen, the two-time Wimbledon champion recovered his prized possessions as he was seen thanking his Instagram followers for it. On Thursday, Andy Murray had landed in trouble with his wife Kim Sears after his wedding ring and tennis shoes were stolen following a training session in Indian Wells, where he is currently competing in the Indian Wells Masters tournament. The three-time Grand Slam champion had left his tennis shoes with his wedding ring attached under the car which his team are using in California to dry out after practice.

Murray, who is preparing to play at Indian Wells for the first time since 2017, earlier admitted the fact that he used to tie his wedding ring to his laces while training and playing had completely slipped his mind. He wanted to buy replacement shoes for it.

The three-time grand slam winner also took it on his Instagram story by mentioning, “Got a quick story here for you that I need a little bit of help with. Last night after dinner here in Indian Wells I got back in the car to go back to the hotel and the car didn’t smell great. I left my tennis shoes in there.”
He later added by mentioning “I was preparing for my practice and my physio said to me, ‘Where’s your wedding ring?’ I tie my wedding ring to my tennis shoes when I’m playing as I can’t play with it in my hand.

Andy Murray also thanked his followers on Instagram to help him find his wedding ring and shoes in this post mentioning “Would you believe it that wedding ring and tennis shoes have come back home. They still smell horrific but I’m back in the good books. Have a swipe to see the happiness.”


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