Andy Murray tries his hand at a series of new jobs in a new short film.
However The Huffington Post UK bloger, who played in reserve matches for Hibernian and was asked to train with Rangers Football Club at 15, dabbles in non-sporting occupations as he daydreams about what he would be if he wasn't a professional tennis player.
The Scot imagines life as a barber, a chef and a rock star in the minute-long promotion of racquet manufacturer Head's new IG Radical Pro.
Although Murray admits: “If I’m honest, my singing isn’t great. The one thing I might be ok at is cooking. I say cooking…, it’s more like heating pasta sauce but I’m enthusiastic if that counts for anything!”
Head have launched a competition for one lucky winner to experience the life of a tennis professional in the company of the world number four.
Check out the video to see how Britain's number one fares in the barbershop, the kitchen and on stage.