Andy Murray Sarcastically Says He Won't Bag Another Grand Slam via Facebook Q&A

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By Dana Alyssa Ramos | July 28, 2014 4:57 PM EST

The British no. 1 Andy Murray replied "no" when asked if he hopes to win another Grand Slam on a Facebook Q&A.

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Andy Murray of Britain reacts during his men's singles quarter-final tennis match against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London July 2, 2014.

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Andy Murray answered sarcastically in the Q&A session on Facebook that the tennis superstar himself started. Murray asked fans to ask questions by posting, ''Hey Everyone, I'm here and ready for your questions, so ask away! I'll try and answer as many as I can! ?#?AskAndy?''.

Thousands of Facebook users took the opportunity to ask Murray questions, but the few had their questions answered - hilariously, funny and sarcastically.

Q. Deborah Delarue: Did you ever beat Rafa Nadal on playstation? #askandy

Andy Murray: Always.

Q. Mircea Suba: How many times do u eat a day?

Andy Murray: 6

Q. Robbie Johnson: Do u hope to win another slam

Andy Murray: no

Q. Kristoffer E.J. Sinigayan: name one thing that is a MUST to keep in your tennis bag before a tennis match?

Andy Murray: Tennis Racquets

Meanwhile, Andy Murray's mother Judy Murray revealed that her son is extremely messy and the tennis superstar has the "smelliest feet."

According to Judy Murray, the tennis ace is extremely messy relative to his older brother. Despite just a one-year age gap, Andy Murray and his tennis player sibling Jamie Murray have different hygiene habits.

Judy Murray revealed that Jamie Murray is tidy while Andy Murray is pretty untidy and he's got the smelliest feet. She also claimed that both her sons are quite different in a myriad of ways.

Her sons, according to her are two tennis-mad boys and such a bitter rivals while growing up that led to Andy Murray's damaged fingernail.

"It is a great reminder to him not to gloat about beating Jamie, because Jamie absolutely nailed him with a fist right into his hand," Judy Murray said via Tennis Earth.

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Andy Murray of Britain reacts during his men's singles quarter-final tennis match against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London July 2, 2014.
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