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United KingdomAndy Murray
Andy MurrayUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Date of birthMay 15, 1987
Height191 cm
Weight82 kg

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Andy Murray Stats

Wins50% (212/426)For last 20 matchesLooses50% (212/426)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins77% (163/211)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints23% (49/215)For last 20 matches


Previous 200 vs last 20 match of Andy Murray

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WinsPrevious 20052% (2018/3893)Previous 2050% (212/426)LoosesPrevious 20048% (2018/3893)Previous 2050% (212/426)Recieve winsPrevious 20082% (1586/1945)Previous 2077% (163/211)BreakpointsPrevious 20022% (432/1948)Previous 2023% (49/215)


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GamesPrevious 3893Last 426

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2018 (52%)212 (50%)

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22.18 %22.79 %

Won receiving points

0.82 %0.77 %

About Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Andy Murray was born on May 15, 1987, in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a Scottish tennis player who won three Grand Slam titles and two men’s singles Olympic Gold medals during the 2010s. 

Despite being born with exceptional talent, speed, strength, and a deft touch, Murray often fought himself and his opponents on the court. In 1996, disaster struck at Dunblane, Scotland Primary School, where he was a student, when a gunman opened fire, killing 17 students. Murray escaped the shooting by hiding in a classroom and never spoke of it again. He left Scotland as a young child, driven by his mother, who was a former tennis teacher, to continue his sports education in Spain, where he learnt to play on clay and fend for himself.

Murray is an all-court player who focuses on defensive baseline play; according to some critiques in 2009 were quoted as saying: “Murray could be the best counter puncher on tour today.” His strengths include low-error groundstrokes, the ability to predict and respond and the pace at which he transitions from defence to offence, allowing him to strike winners from defensive positions. Murray also has a dynamic stroke execution and of the best two-handed backhands on tour. 

Outside of tennis, Murray is a founder member of Malaria No More UK’s Leadership Council, which he co-founded with David Beckham in 2009. Murray has made a brief public service advertisement for the charity called “Nets Required” to help raise money and funds for the malaria campaign. 

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