Andy Murray
Andy Murray
Andy Murray
Andy Murray
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  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 3.
    • Wife, Kim;daughters, Sophia and Edie; son, Teddy; father, William;mother, Judy, works in tennis; brother, Jamie, plays doubles on ATP Tour.
    • Raised in Dunblane, Scotland and lived there until moving to Barcelona at age 15 to improve his tennis.
    • Grew up playing football and tennis, and was once offered trials with Glasgow Rangers FC.
    • Loves boxing, football and basketball (Miami Heat). Also enjoyed pro wrestling as a kid and often wrestled against his brother in their bedroom.
    • Global Ambassador for UNICEF, United for Wildlife, Malaria No More and WWF.
    • Featured in GQ Magazine's "20 Most Stylish Athletes of 2013."
    • On 12 March 2013, received Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year Award.
    • Headlined the 'Rally For Cancer' at Queen's Club in June 2013, an exhibition raising money for The Royal Marsden, the world-leading cancer centre that treated friend and former ATP player Ross Hutchins.
    • Win in 2013 Wimbledon final was watched by 17.3 million British TV viewers and was most-talked about subject of 2013 among British Facebook users, outshining birth of a future King, appointment of a new Pope and passing of an iconic Prime Minister.
    • On 8 August 2013, UK Royal Mail issued 4 stamps commemorating Murray's Wimbledon victory.
    • On 3 September 2013, won GQ Man of the Year Award.
    • Received OBE medal from Prince William on 17 October 2013 (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire).
    • On 23 April 2014, awarded freedom of Stirling at special meeting of Stirling Council in Dunblane High School. Also received an honourary doctorate from University of Stirling, where he once trained.
    • Recipient of 2016 ATP No. 1 Award, 2019 ATP Comeback Player of the Year Award and 2014 & 2022Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award.
    • Named BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2013, 2015 and 2016, becoming 1st 3-time winner of award. Also named BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year in 2004.
    • Knighted by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace on 16 May 2019, joining Sir Norman Brookes in 1939 as only tennis players to be knighted.
    • During COVID-19 pandemic, won Mutua Madrid Open video game tournament and donated his €45,000 in prize money equally between UK'sNational Health Service (NHS) and ATP's Player Relief Programme.
    • Donated more than $630,000to a UNICEF campaign for children affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine -- all of his prize money from Indian Wells in March 2022 through theend of the same season.
    • Owns Cromlix hotel near his hometown in Dunblane, which is where brother Jamie got married and grandparents celebrated 40th anniversary.
    • Also owns 77 Sports Management agency, which looks after his career and rising stars in sport.
    • Subject of documentary "Andy Murray: Resurfacing," which follows his comeback from hip surgery in 2018-19.
    • Enjoys spending time with his dog,Rusty, named after former World No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt.
    • Member of ATP Player Council from2016-18 and 2020-22.
    • Missed Roland Garros and Wimbledon in 2007 due to right wrist injury. Underwent season-ending back surgery in September 2013. Also underwent right hip surgeries in January 2018 and January 2019.

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    • Became 1st British World No. 1 in singles at age 29 in 2016, making him 2nd-oldest player to debut at No. 1 behind Newcombe, 30, in 1974.
    • Ended 2016 on 24-match win streak, defeating No. 2 Djokovic at Nitto ATP Finals to clinch year-end No. 1 and ATP-best 9th title of season.
    • First British Grand Slam men’s singles champion (2012 US Open) and Wimbledon champion (2013, 2016) since Perry in 1936 (Wimbledon, US Championships).
    • Also 1st player to win 2 Olympic gold medals in singles (2012 London, 2016 Rio), highlighted by 6-2 6-1 6-4 rout of No. 1 Federer in 2012 final on Wimbledon’s Centre Court.
    • Owns 738 career wins and is only player with at least 7 victories vs. Djokovic, Federer and Nadal, including championship wins over all 3 among his 14 ATP Masters 1000 and 46 tour-level titles overall.


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