As part of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, the running gag is that Channel 4 have commissioned a feature film centred around the life of Andy Murray.
The former Wimbledon Champion sat down with director Richard Ayoade of IT Crowd fame, ( or Garth Marenghi's Darkplace for the sitcom hipsters out there) to audition a plethora of celebrities for the role of the dour Scott.
Golfer/marionette doppelganger Rory McIlroy, abrasive TV chef Gordon Ramsay and leader of the ape revolt Andy Serkis all turned up to audition for the role of the British number one. Also, look out for a surprise cameo from Britney Spears, who inexplicably agreed to appear in the video.
Winner of the best Andy Murray impression has to go to Mighty Boosh star Noel Fielding, who managed to encapsulate the abject melancholy in the tennis player's robotic twang.