Back down to earth! Wimbledon is a world away as Andy Murray and Kim Sears go grocery shopping (but it's STILL raining on him)
14:50 GMT, 11 July 2012
Just three days ago Andy Murray was battling it out at Wimbledon with one of the best tennis players the world has ever seen.
But last night, it was back to business as usual for the tennis hero as he spend the afternoon grocery shopping with his girlfriend Kim Sears.
Dressed in a hooded top and tracksuit bottoms, the only thing that marked him out as an international superstar was the moment a passerby stopped the player for a chat and asked him to sign an autograph – which he did with great pleasure.
Raining again The heavens open as the two make their way to their car after a shopping trip to Wholefoods on Kensington High Street in West London
Downcast: Andy looked fed up to have yet another
day blighted by the British weather, after rain stopped play in so many
of his Wimbledon matches – including his final with Roger Federer
Can't someone put the roof up There's no salvation for Murray his time, as he gets soaked in the deluge
The two went on to pay a visit to
upmarket grocery store Wholefoods on West London's Kensington High
Street, where they browsed the aisles before buying some sushi from the
Japanese food counter.
as they left the store, there would no doubt have been a sense of
deja-vu as the heavens opened – and 25-year-old Andy and Kim, 24 were forced to run for
Andy drew his
hooded top up around his face, and Kim attempted to shelter under her
Wholefoods carrier bag as they made a dash back to their car.
Running for cover: Kim tries vainly to keep the rain off her face using her purse and paper carrier bag
Welcome to the British summer! Kim bears the brunt of our pitiful weather
runner-up looked fed up to have yet another day blighted by the British
weather, after rain stopped play in so many of his Wimbledon matches –
including his final with Roger Federer.
some put his Swiss opponents strong comeback in the men's final on
Sunday down to the fact that the roof came up over Centre Court when the
rainfall began, giving Federer, who is more comfortable playing indoors, a further advantage over the British hopeful.
Back to reality: Before the downpour, Kim Sears and Andy Murray headed to Wholefoods to pick up some groceries
Feeling hungry Andy dashes ahead as the two make their way towards upmarket food store Wholefoods to pick up supper
In style: Her Wimbledon uniform of skinny jeans and stylish top made an appearance
Refuelling: The tennis ace picked up some sushi from the Japanese counter
Stocking up: The two leave with bags filled with healthy Japanese food