Murray laughs off Wimbledon woes
6:11pm Wednesday 11th July 2012 in © Press Association 2014
Andy Murray laughed off his Wimbledon woes this week when he joined the audience at BBC panel show Mock The Week.
The tennis star, who broke down in tears after losing Sunday's singles final to Roger Federer, was pictured with girlfriend Kim Sears at the show's filming last night.
He told fans the show, which will be broadcast on BBC2 tomorrow, was "so funny".
Writing on Facebook, he said: "They didn't pick on me that much either, haha."
Andy also posed for pictures with members of the cast of the satirical show including Dara O Briain, Andy Parsons and Chris Addison.
A show insider said Murray is "a big fan of the series", adding: "He sat in the audience and seems to have thoroughly enjoyed himself - especially when they talked about Wimbledon."
Millions of people tuned in on Sunday to watch the 25-year-old's bid to become the first British man to win the singles title since Fred Perry in 1936, but instead saw Federer make history by equalling Pete Sampras's record of seven Wimbledon titles.