If slandering United States president Donald Trump on social media was a sport, Andy Murray's Twitter game would have made countless play of the day lists on Friday.
After Trump's provocative tweet over the prospect of winning Time's Man of the Year award, former world number one Murray went and won the Internet for the day, to compensate for lack of recent silverware.
With the same mix of authority and intellect he displays from the baseline, three-time grand slam champion Murray – sidelined with injury – responded emphatically.
Well, Murray did not technically respond. He sub-tweeted, but it was nevertheless dazzling.
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