Written by Ben Macnair
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Friday, 24 June 2011

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Grinning Scottish Tennis Player Andy Murray is to be sponsored by popular confectioners Murray Mints during his next few years as a professional sportsman.

The Tim Henman for people who don't really care about Sport (and who just want to learn one name to seem knowledgeable about Sport) said: 'I was approached by Murray Mint in May, and have just signed along the dotted line.'

He feels that Murray Mints are the ideal mints for people who find Polo Mints to be a bit of a rip off, because you pay more to have the middle removed, and don't like the danger inherent in eating an extra strong mint.

'It is the ideal sponsor for me, what with the name and all, and the fact that Murray Mints keep on going, just like I do.'

Tim Henman was approached by Werther's Originals, but he turned them down, claiming he disagreed with their comfortable image, when in fact things went on behind the scenes that people don't know anything about.

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