The exhibition season is booming and things got interesting in Glasgow on Wednesday when Grigor Dimitrov donned a kilt to play doubles with Tim Henman against Andy and Jamie Murray.
The Bulgarian was enjoying his first time in Scotland to the fullest, having little trouble moving with the traditional garb on (as evident by the tweener, which really could be the photo of the year, or century).
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"I don't have one. I was hoping I can borrow one from [Andy] or his brother," Dimitrov told Sky Sports before traveling to Scotland. "I'm going to put one on if I have to."
Made of wool, the kilt is considered formal wear in Scotland (with Murray wearing it for his wedding last year).
Retired English star Henman would rock the look after his partner Dimitrov was done showing it off.
The singles match between Murray and Dimitrov ended 10-8 in the deciding set tiebreak in the Brit's favor before the kilt-filled doubles showdown commenced. If you recall, the last time the two faced off was in the US Open fourth round, with Murray brushing Dimitrov aside 6-1, 6-2, 6-2.
The event benefited UNICEF as well as Young People's Futures, a charity in north Glasgow.