Andy Murray . (Photo : REUTERS/Toby Melville)
Britain's no.1 Andy Murray doesn't like Novak Djokovic, that's for sure.
Their relationship may appear just fine on paper, but being the opposing combatants of some the most hotly contested matches in the ATP Tour would surely create a feeling of displeasure against each other.
That proved to be the case recently when Andy Murray got somewhat angry about the question hurled at him by Djokovic during the 'Ask Andy' segment of Tour TV.
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Murray, who's preparing for the Wimbledon Championship roughly a week from now, entertained few questions from his fellow ATP Tour players such as Giles Simon, Marin Cilic, Tomas Berdych, and Djokovic.
The Briton answered well the first three questions - including a weird one from Simon, who asked Murray when he would allow him to win. However, things got a little bit sour when Djokovic popped on his tablet screen and asked which job he wants to choose in his newly-bought hotel in Scotland.
The question may sound okay at first until Djokovic gave Murray only two choices and that's either to be a doorman or a room service.
Murray seemed to be a little bit disturbed by the question, but still had the composure to answer it clearly. Yes, he chose to take a room service job but insisted he would never serve Djokovic.
Murray recently became an owner of a luxury hotel after buying a Victorian Mansion in Dunblane for 2 million pound. Murray, who hopes his hotel will turn into a big business someday, has gained some sense of pride for purchasing such an iconic landmark in his own community.
"I am pleased to have acquired Cromlix House and look forward to securing its future as a successful business."By re-establishing Cromlix as a leading luxury hotel at the heart of the Dunblane community we will be able to attract new visitors to the area, create a number of new jobs and focus on supporting other local businesses," Murray told the Telegraph last February.
"I'm pleased to be able to give something back to the community I grew up in," he added.
Novak may have picked the wrong question or he's just getting into the head of Murray before the Wimbledon Open. Who knows what's really in the head of the man known as the 'Joker?'