Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios enjoy some theme park thrills ahead of Cincinnati Open

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In a recent video that has emerged, it appears that both Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios have swapped the tennis court for some theme park fun. 

The two tennis players were pictured in Ohio as they both enjoyed a rollercoaster ride which led to the British player screaming his heart out while the Australian recorded and laughed to his heart's content. 

Most likely amused by the video, Murray himself posted it on Instagram with the hilarious clip achieving over 300,000 views. 

The former world number one captioned the post with this:  "Great fun with Nick Kyrgios today at Kings Island. We weren't scared... honest. Apologies for the language."

With Nick Kyrgios later commenting: "Hahaha best fun, I'm still laughing."

The pair headed to the theme park just ahead of the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati which is due to begin today. 

The British player has entered the Cincinnati Masters as a wildcard and is set to take on French competitor Lucas Pouille. 

Murray is looking to make a successful return to tennis following the player undergoing hip surgery at the beginning of this year.

Due to this injury, Murray was forced to withdraw himself from the Brisbane International and the Australian Open. 

Furthermore, in March, Murray lost his British number one status as Kyle Edmund filled the position which is the first time Murray hasn't been the highest ranked since 2006. 

Since his return, Murray featured in the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships before he was unfortunately defeated in the first round by his good friend Kyrgios. 

He later featured in the Eastbourne International and reached the second round before being beaten by British number one Edmund.

Furthermore, Murray later withdrew from Wimbledon a day before the tournament as he stated that he wasn't physically ready to play five-set matches. 

Regarding the Cinnicinati Open, Murray will be hoping to achieve success as he aims to dominate tennis once again. 

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