Andy Murray copies Nick Kyrgios as he pulls out cheeky underarm serve at Indian Wells

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Andy Murray entertained the crowd in Indian Wells when he hit an underarm serve for the first time in his career during his second-round match. Having lost the first set after leading by a break, the former world No 1 managed to hold for a 2-1 lead on serve when he recreated Nick Kyrgios’ trademark shot in style, managing to ace 30th seed Alcaraz with the cheeky shot.

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