'I didn't mean to embarrass PM'
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Andy Murray: 'I didn't mean to embarrass David Cameron'

Tennis champion Andy Murray says he did not mean to embarrass David Cameron who was booed during the Wimbledon winner's speech on Sunday.

Murray was asked: "Did you mean to embarrass the prime minister?", during a Facebook question and answer session on Monday morning.

He said "no, certainly not", before adding he was appreciative of Mr Cameron's support and that being prime minister is "one of the hardest jobs in the world".

Footage: Facebook

  • 11 Jul 2016
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