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British tennis star Andy Murray has recorded a rap single.

London, Nov.23 : British tennis star Andy Murray has recorded a rap single.

The Scot star agreed to add his vocal talents to a song by former Wimbledon doubles champs Bob and Mike Bryan.

But his first venture into music is unlikely to be a smash after industry buffs branded it a right racket, The Sun reports.

Collaborators ... Bob and Mike BryanBob and Mike convinced Murray, of Dunblane, Perthshire, and fellow star Novak Djokovic to lend their voices to the song - released on album Let It Rip, only available on iTunes.

But Edinburgh-based music industry boss Ronnie Gurr - who has worked with top bands like Stereophonics and Culture Club - said:

"Murray spectacularly fails to grasp the concept that rapping must have a rhythmic dynamic.


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