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An artist in England drew an entire sketch of Andy Murray ahead of Wimbledon. 

By Extra Mustard
June 30, 2015

Andy Murray opened his Wimbledon 2015 campaign on Tuesday, and one British man celebrated by drawing a portrait of Andy—using just his mouth. 

Henry Fraser, an artist paralyzed from the shoulders down, posted a picture of the drawing on Twitter on Sunday. He has been retweeted nearly 600 times, including by Murray.

Fraser guides his pencil with his mouth. 

"He shows a lot of emotion through his face and I wanted to challenge myself to see if I could capture that passion and emotion with a pencil drawing," Fraser told Mashable.

Fraser's spinal cord was paralyzed in a 2009 accident, but taught himself how to draw again after using a stylus on an iPad. He then graduated to using paint brushes and pencils to create images of former British rugby player Jonny Wilkinson and Olympic champion Usain Bolt. 

Murray earned a straight-sets victory on Tuesday to advance to the second round. 

Snapshots from Day 2 at Wimbledon 2015 at the All England Club

- Christopher Chavez

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