A man opens a Mars chocolate bar on Feb. 23, 2016 in Lyon, central eastern France. / AFP / JEFF PACHOUD
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Andy Murray warned Roger Federer to avoid sampling the questionable delights of a "horrific" deep-fried Mars bar after the tennis great accepted an invitation to play in Scotland for the first time.Scottish star Murray will face Federer in a charity exhibition match in Glasgow on Nov. 7 .Murray and Federer may be rivals most of the time but that didn't stop the 29-year-old from offering his Swiss visitor some advice about the local cuisine.Federer's success in Australia, at the relatively advanced age, in tennis terms, of 35 came following a long spell out with injury and a self-imposed break.Federer decided to take up Murray's invitation after the Scot took part in the Swiss ace's charity event in April.
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