Tennis star Andy Murray has reportedly said he will play for Scotland if the country votes for independence next month.
Britain’s first Wimbledon champion in 77 years said: "If Scotland became independent, then I imagine I would be playing for Scotland."
Speaking after his defeat of Matthias Bachinger at the US Open, he added that he had watched some of the second debate between Scottish first minister Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling, who leads the Better Together opposition.
But he did not think that his countrymen would vote for independence, according to The Times (£).
He said: "I haven't thought that much about that yet because I don't think it's looking too likely that it's going to happen."
He added: "If it did happen, then it would be pretty much the first time in my life that I would have ever not been Great Britain - that has been normal to me.”
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