Murray touts Kyrgios as a PA

With time on his hands in Washington DC this week, Nick Kyrgios has got to work as Andy Murray's personal assistant.

Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios shake hands after their match at the Fever-Tree Championships at Queens Club.   -  Getty Images

Nick Kyrgios was forced to withdraw from the Citi Open this week with a hip injury, but he appears to have used the spare time to forge a new career after tennis.

Sidelined in Washington, Kyrgios has seemingly instead been looking after Andy Murray, who posted a video of the Australian booking his fellow star a hair appointment. And Kyrgios looks to be thriving in his new role, with Murray already touting his services as a personal assistant.

After a brief discussion about Murray's availability for the appointment, he said of Kyrgios: "He's doing a good job actually. If this tennis thing doesn't work out for you, you could be a good PA for someone."

A backhanded compliment perhaps, and Kyrgios will probably stick to the tennis in future...