London, Sep.1 (ANI): British tennis champion Andy Murray, who is hoping to be World Number One, soon, took a break from the game to do a rap number for an album.
But he admits he is unlikely to be a top 10 success in the music charts.
The British star has been fine-tuning his US Open plans and is looking to go one step further than last year when Roger Federer beat him in the final.
Yet second-seed Murray, who takes on Ernests Gulbis in the first round at Flushing Meadows today, took a break from practice to record a rap verse for an album written and produced by tennis twins Mike and Bob Bryan.
According to The Sun, the album, called Let It Rip, is being released today.
Murray admitted: "It was the first time I had done that - it was good fun."
"I think that was the whole point of it. It definitely wasn't anything special. It wasn't particularly good," he added. (ANI)