Found January 12, 2013 on Onthegotennis:
PLAYERS: Andy Murray
Andy Murray's personal trainer made a bet during the US Open with Murray's coach Ivan Lendl about who could perform better on the Versatile Machine, (I think that is what he said) which they use in their workouts.  Check out the video to see who lost the bet and who is the "far superior physical specimen."  Mental note......never make a bet with Ivan that you aren't 100% sure you will win or you will be embarrassed in front of the whole world.  Ouch!
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