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Looks like we know what way Andy Murray is leaning in Scottish independence vote

The tennis star has had his say.

Andy Murray wins gold Andy Murray celebrates his victory in the 2012 Olympic Games.

THE POLLS HAVE opened this morning as Scotland decides whether to go it alone or stay within the United Kingdom.

Tennis star Andy Murray may not have a vote – as he does not live in Scotland – but the 2013 Wimbledon champion look to have sided with the yes campaign this morning as he tweeted about his dislike for the no campaign.

Murray has previously chosen not to engage in the political debate.

“My thoughts on it aren’t that relevant, because I can’t vote myself,” he remarked earlier this year.

“I wouldn’t personally choose to make my feelings on something like that public either because not a whole lot of good comes from it.”

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