Its a question that has been on the lips of the British public for the best part of a decade – and finally we may have an answer.
Former British No. 1s Tim Henman and Andy Murray have never been thought of the most charismatic men of their generation – although both are intelligent and well liked in the game – and the pair made their broadcasting debut as a dynamic duo on national television.
Henman asked Murray in his first appearance in the BBC studio: Who is more boring? Me or you?
If we put it to the public, what would the result be?
Murray retorted: It would be tight but can we set it up? Can we do it?
Presenter Sue Barker said: Yep, we will put it on the website.
True to her word, the BBC ran a poll – and Henman came out on top!
With 65% of the vote, the former world No. 4 gave Murray a good hiding – and has cemented his place as the most boring British tennis player.