The two legends of the game, who headline a strong Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships field at the Aviation Club this coming week, which includes defending champion Stan Wawrinka, took time out of their practice schedules to rally on the sand under the watchful gaze of the Burj Al Arab.
For Federer, a seven-time winner of the event, Dubai is a home from home and he showed World No1 Murray to the court as they faced off with some fun rallies.
Both players will play for the first time since January’s Australian Open, where of course Federer claimed his 18th Grand Slam title, while Murray exited at the fourth round hurdle.
Did you spot the two legends on the beach earlier?!