Andy Murray is a British professional tennis player with 46 ATP titles including 3 Grand Slam titles. Successful performances in 2016 helped him climb to the 1st position in the ATP ranking, which is his best result.
15 May 1987
1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Andy Murray was born on May 15, 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland. His father William is a manager and his mother Judy is a tennis coach, captain of the British team in the Federation Cup. The player has an older brother Jamie, former world number one in doubles.
Andy currently resides in London. The tennis player began his professional career in 2005 and made his ATP debut in 2005, finishing in the top 100, becoming the second youngest player in the top 100 (behind Novak Djokovic) and winning his first title at the Challenger.
In his free time he likes to watch boxing, play soccer and basketball. He cheers for Miami Heat basketball team. Andy is concerned about the global environmental situation and is an ambassador for a number of charities: UNICEF, United for Wildlife, Malaria No More and WWF.
In 2016, he became a Knight of Great Britain. Andy Murray is the only tennis player in history to receive this honor.