Andy Murray is in Majorca lapping up the Spanish weather. The two-time Wimbledon champion has shared a photo on Instagram, admitting that despite the sunshine, he has failed to build up a tan.
"Love Mallorca still can't catch a good tan even in this weather though!" he wrote, sharing a cliff top photo of himself gazing out to sea.
Andy is on a training camp ahead of the Rio Olympics where he is thought to be practising alongside Rafael Nadal for approximately ten days. Rafael is also due to compete in Rio next month.
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"Love Mallorca still can't catch a good tan even in this weather though!" Andy Murray wrote
It hasn't been all work and no play for Andy though. It's believed that the 29-year-old is being joined by his wife Kim and the couple's five-month-old daughter Sophia.
Kim has been on hand to celebrate Andy's recent second Wimbledon win. She also joined her husband at the Wimbledon Champions Dinner, stunning in a beaded floor-length gown.
Andy and his wife Kim recently celebrated at the Wimbledon Champions Dinner
The new mum will no doubt be enjoying her Spanish holiday but will also have her hands full taking care of baby Sophia. Luckily for Kim and Andy, the little girl is starting to sleep through the night as the tennis pro recently revealed.
It's unlikely that Kim, 28, and baby Sophia will fly to Brazil for this summer's Olympics. Several sporting stars have dropped out amid fears of the Zika virus, which primarily affects pregnant women but can also affect men.
The new mum is unlikely to go to Rio Olympics with her baby daughter Sophia
Rory McIlroy has pulled out of the Games, while Greg Rutherford's partner Susie has revealed that she will be staying at home. The athlete has also had his sperm frozen as a precaution.
Princess Charlene of Monaco will not attend because of the Zika virus, while Prince William and Kate and Prince Harry have opted out for a "range of reasons", a source told HELLO!.
Instead, Kim and baby Sophia may choose to support their number one tennis star from the comfort of their home in Surrey.