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World No. 1 Andy Murray visits Le Louis XV, a world famous restaurant at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco, ahead of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. Photo: Realis

Murray Fine Dines At Le Louis XV Monte-Carlo

British star dresses up for memorable evening

World No. 1 Andy Murray paid a visit to Le Louis XV, the world-famous restaurant at l'Hôtel de Paris in Monte-Carlo on Saturday night. Murray was joined at the three Michelin star restaurant by his coach Jamie Delgado, fitness trainer Matt Little and physio Mark Bender.

"It's supposed to be one of the best restaurants in the world," said Murray. "We're playing in one of the most beautiful cities on the tour and I've had a few good runs here over the years, but it’s the one [ATP World Tour] Masters 1000 final that I haven't reached. So I'd love to do that this year.”

Murray has reached the semi-finals of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters in 2009, 2011 and 2016 (l. to Rafael Nadal each time).

When asked about his skills in the kitchen, Murray revealed, "I'm not good at all. Scrambled eggs is my best dish. I really enjoy my food, but I'm a horrible cook unfortunately."

The third ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament of the year gets underway on Sunday, with Rafael Nadal vying to capture a 10th trophy (2005-12, 2016) and two other former champions: Djokovic (2013, 2015) and Stan Wawrinka (2014).

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