He may not be on the court, but Andy Murray is still putting in work. The Scot recently signed Caroline Weir, a professional soccer player for Manchester City and Scotland to his boutique marketing agency. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Excited for what’s to come... Delighted to be part of @77sportsmanagement ✍????

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Murray created 77 Sports Management in 2017 alongside two of his business advisers Matt Gentry and Gawain Davies. The 24-year-old Weir is their first professional female soccer player. 

Pre-quarantine life, the two Scots posed for photos together for The Telegraph feature. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Behind the scenes with @telegraphwomenssport ????

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Murray is an active advocate for women's rights and equality not just in sports but everywhere, but it's not a role he's pushed for.

"Because I’m one of only a few male athletes that have done it, I’m seen as someone who has been incredibly vocal about it, which I don’t think I am," the 32-year-old said. 

Murray suffered a hip injury setback that forced him to withdraw from the Australian Open. Not wanting to rush, he pulled out of Montpellier, Rotterdam and Indian Wells. With the tour on hold until June 8 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the three-time Grand Slam champion will have even more time to heal.