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; Britains No.1 tennis player Andy Murray has admitted that he was left star struck after sharing a chat with Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho.


London, Aug 9 ; Britain's No.1 tennis player Andy Murray has admitted that he was left star struck after sharing a chat with Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho.

Murray met football's 'Special One' in Los Angeles. e took time out from practice to watch Mourinho and his Real Madrid stars, including Cristiano Ronaldo, train at the University of California.

Afterwards Murray, 23, said: "It's an honour to meet some Real Madrid players."

"I was a bit nervous about seeing and talking to them. This is one of the best teams in the world and seeing them was amazing. Mourinho will help Real Madrid accomplish all the goals they have set out," The Sun quoted him, as saying.urray, who is preparing for the US Open in New York, also praised Real Madrid's Spanish World Cup heroes after the meeting last week.

He said: "Sergio Ramos and Xabi Alonso had an extraordinary World Cup - but Iker Casillas was spectacular. Meeting them was a real pleasure."

ANI

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