Andy Murray's shoes and wedding ring stolen ahead of match at BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells

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Andy Murray understands precisely how uncomfortable double faults are on the tennis court, and today the Scottish star discovered they’re simply as uncomfortable off the court. A burglar took Murray’s athletic shoe ahead of his BNP Paribas opening match, and the set featured something additional: Murray’s wedding event ring. 

In a Thursday Instagram post, Murray comprehensive how he lost his shoes and ring then advocated aid in discovering them. Murray — who wed Kim Sears in 2015 — stated he left his shoes outside to air out as they’d gotten “damp, sweaty and smelly” from a session previously in the day. His wedding event ring was connected to the laces since he can’t have fun with it on. 

Because Murray’s California hotel space didn’t have a veranda, he chose to leave the shoes under his vehicle over night. They were passed the early morning. When Murray went back to experiment a brand-new set of shoes from a regional pro store, somebody asked where his wedding event ring was — triggering Murray’s “oh no” sensation to sink in. 

“Yes I know I’m an idiot and in hindsight it seems like a terrible idea,” Murray, 34, composed on Instagram, “but I need some help.”

“Needless to say I’m in the bad books at home so I want to try and find it,” he included the video. 

Murray, the world’s 121st-ranked gamer, will contend versus world No. 51 Adrian Mannarino in the opening round of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells. His Southern California experience has actually been rough up until now, so Murray is expecting a turn-around already. 



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