Andy Murray has had a very active week on social media with a lot of feedback, even reflecting as much on his Instagram Story on Tuesday.
He ended a brief drought by sharing a fun time with Santa. Of course, no Murray post would be complete without a witty caption and some banter in the comments section.
That was innocent enough, but then he raised some eyebrows—particularly Nick Kyrgios'—when he posted a picture practicing with Fernando Verdasco in Miami and wearing what many figured was a sports bra (it likely is for keeping a heart monitor in place).
Getting ready for 2019 @atptour @ferverdasco on the court I’ve spent more time on than any other in the ????..centre court at Crandon Park..bit gutted I won’t get to compete there anymore with the tournament moving next year..???? We didn't discuss ice baths by the way???? #tennis #atp #miami #2019
"We didn't discuss ice baths by the way," Murray said, referring to the incident from this year's US Open when he accused Verdasco of receiving coaching during the heat break.
Both men have clearly moved on, but Kyrgios hasn't, commenting, "bro c'mon, dude was discussing tactics in the ice bath."
Murray then took part in an art project with Universal Humanity, where each participant states their dream with a painted eye covering half their face.
Some commentators accused the 31-year-old of being part of the illuminati, which is absurd as he was just taking part in an art project that features tons of people and celebrities doing the exact same thing with the tag line: "Because we all share the same sparkle. Those people represents the breaking parts, building humanity in their diversity"
"My dream is to be healthy," Murray's post on the artist's page says. "I have been injured for two years now."
Murray is ranked No. 258 as he continues to plot his full return to the tour.