Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios are really just big kids at heart. On Friday, they hit up a huge rollercoaster at the Kings Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio.
The two tour buddies are in town for the Western & Southern Open, an ATP Masters 1000 event in Cincinnati that starts on Monday. Last week, Kyrgios lost early in Toronto to Stan Wawrinka while Murray pulled out after an exhausting time in rainy Washington.
All of that looked behind them as they had a blast together.
It certainly looked like a thrilling experience. Kyrgios also proudly showed off two huge stuffed animals that were won playing the Kings Island park games, though he'll struggle to find space for them in his suitcase.
So Andy and Nick did go to Kings Island today! From Andy’s Instastory. That means based on Andy’s Q&A yesterday they are besties. ???????? pic.twitter.com/otOPQDTbey— LaWanda (@lawanda50) August 10, 2018
On his Instagram story, Murray took credit for winning the pink sloth, though he called it a monkey.
Murray needed a wildcard into Cincinnati since he's still working on pushing his ranking up. He's currently at No. 375.
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