Andy Murray has been sent a specially designed water bottle as part of a campaign to encourage more people to fill up from the tap.
Scottish Water’s new Your Water, Your Life campaign hopes to cut plastic pollution by getting more people drinking tap water from refillable bottles.
Murray’s bottle, which features the slogan Your Water, Your Serve, has been sent ahead of his appearance at Queen’s this week following a lengthy lay-off through injury.
The Scot is returning to action after a year out with a hip injury. He takes on Australian Nick Kyrgios on Centre Court today.
In a letter to the British No.1, Scottish Water wrote: Dear Andy,
Everyone at Scottish Water was thrilled to see that you are switching to using refillable bottles and we thought you might like this special edition from us.
We’re working on a new campaign Your Water, Your Life which encourages people to #TopUpFromTheTap. So your pledge to use refillable bottles was a real boost and will hopefully help others make topping up from the tap their first choice too.
We’re giving away some bottles to help people start using refillable bottles filled with one of the country’s best-loved products – our tap water.
We’ve recently heard from customers how much they love our water especially if they’ve been away from Scotland. We’re sure you feel the same!
We’ve all missed cheering you on this past year and look forward to seeing you back in action.
Some of the team will be at Wimbledon, but everyone will be cheering you on from home - and we’re all sending you best wishes to take your spot as World #1 again.
Scottish Water Campaign Team