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Andy Murray's journey from a tearful admission that his career was likely to end after a major hip surgery to winning an ATP title less than a year later is one of 2019's greatest sporting stories.Who is Wimbledon 2013 winner Andy Murray?
Scottish tennis star Andy Murray triumphed at Wimbledon in 2013 to become the first British male in 77 years to win the tournament. Who Is Andy Murray? Tennis player Andy Murray turned professional in 2005. In 2012, he won a gold medal at the London Olympics and claimed his first Grand Slam title with a stellar run at the U.S. Open.How old was Andy Murray when he started playing tennis?
Early Years and Amateur Career Born in Glasgow, Scotland, on May 15, 1987, to Judy and William Murray, Andrew Barron Murray grew up in Dunblane and began playing tennis at age 3. A former competitive tennis player, Judy coached Andy and his older brother, Jamie, in their early years.How many children does Andy Murray have?
They have two daughters, Sophia and Edie. Murray is on the leadership team of Malaria No More UK, a charity that raises funds and awareness to save lives in Africa, and a global ambassador for the World Wildlife Fund. Heading into 2017, he was knighted in the New Year Honours for services to tennis and charity.