Andy Murray's personality has been questioned over the years, and whether, in fact, he has one.
And, if you are one of those tennis fans that don't think Murray has a personality, we advise you to head over to his Instagram story.
The British tennis star took to Instagram during some free time away from the court whilst training for the Cincinnati Masters, and it appears the time he has spent away from the court through injury, he has found a new way to keep himself entertained.
Murray has missed a lot of tennis during the last year through injury, falling down to 375th in the world rankings, but this hasn’t dampened the three-time Grand Slam winner's sense of humour, when answering some frankly bizarre questions from followers on Instagram.
Murray has repeatedly pulled out of tournaments and struggled for form after over a year away from the game with a hip problem hampering his fitness.
One follower asked Andy Murray if we really saw that “this is my duck” picture of was it a mirage, to which Murray posted a hilarious photo of himself with the famous rubber duck, saying, “No it wasn’t..[i]Travel with her every week #duck.
Another clever 'Instagrammer' sent a photo of Andy in his earlier years, fresh with a David Luiz style barnet, and asked, “Have you ever thought about actually styling your hair?,” to which Andy responded, “what are you talking about?”
Other questions ranged from being asked to do a ‘dab’ celebration after his next match, and being asked, “what’s the last thing you do before a match?,” which Andy responded with by simply saying, “You don’t want to know”.
The Scottish tennis sensation also told fans he is a brilliant singer when asked if he has any hidden talents.
Perhaps the greatest question had to be when asked the question, “Which tennis player would you date if you were gay?”
Andy’s response showed that he actually has got character, and maybe isn’t as boring as he is perceived to be. He said: “Probably Feliciano Lopez. He’s beautiful and I could teach him about football."
We're not quite sure of the irony of a Scot teaching a Spaniard about football, or whether there was a certain sense of sarcasm in his reply.
It was nice to see Andy Murray in a different light away from the court, and it’s another great example of how social media really can bring you closer to your favourite sporting stars.