Andy Murray Song

July 4, 2013

in Grand Slams: Wimbledon, Tennis Products & Services

Carefully listen to the descriptive lyrics about Murray’s tennis style…

Andy Murray’s mother Judy, invited Elgin-born PE teacher Keith Meisner to the 2013 Wimbledon Championships. The 26-year-old Meisner is a friend from Andy’s junior tennis days, who wrote, “Under the Lights (Song for Andy Murray)”. Meisner was to perform the song Friday 28 June on Murray Mound – previously known as Henman Hill in the SW19 grounds where spectators watch the matches on the big screen.

The song title refers to Murray’s tennis career and life of bright lights: camera flashes and the glare of court floodlights at his historic US Open victory. The proceeds from this tribute song to Andy Murray the “Diamond of Dunblane” on iTunes go to Murray’s best friend, ATP Tour player Ross Hutchins cancer charity. To support Ross Hutchins and his cancer charity please purchase the song directly from this iTunes link-> Under the Lights (Song for Andy Murray).

Meisner performs under the name “The Exile of Elgin” and himself was close to playing the Wimbledon juniors after touring around the country by Judy to the tournaments they both played.

 

 

 

 

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