Judy Murray shows how it’s done with her ‘head to toe racket challenge’

A Murray goody bag is on offer for the fastest to complete this challenge

Judy Murray, mother of Wimbledon winner Andy, has launched her own Twitter challenge for fans to perfect during lockdown.

On behalf of the Judy Murray Foundation, a charity who aims to bring tennis into rural and disadvantaged areas, Judy herself shows off her coordination skills in a challenge to perform the moves to nursery rhyme ‘Head Shoulders Knees and Toes’ while keeping a tennis racket upright throughout.

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Each participant should nominate three others, and whoever does it the fastest will win a Murray goody bag.

This is not the first tennis challenge to hit social media, with Judy’s famous son Andy showing off his volley skills in the 100 volley challenge with his wife Kim.

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Judy Murray launches her own twitter challenge

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