The news shook the whole world. Diego Maradona passed away at 60 and immediately, athletes from all over the planet began to pay tribute to him through their social networks.
Andy Murray He shared two images on his Instagram account, along with a great anecdote with the best footballer in history: “I was lucky to meet Maradona once at the O2 stadium. He had come to watch tennis there. He spoke to me for a couple of minutes in Spanish with incredible energy, passion and expression. Unfortunately, I barely understood a word, but that didn’t seem to matter. He was tiny in size but clearly a character and with a personality and a ton of charisma, “he began.
Then, the British tennis player left the final safety pin and the gift he received from Diego: “The next day they gave me a signed shirt from Argentina that he left me, which can be seen in the second photo that says: ‘To my friend Andy with all my love and I hope you will soon become number one.’ Number one were the only words I understood from our conversation“, wrote.