Andy Murray

Timeline created by IsabelTorresp
  • Andy Murray is born in Glasgow, Scotland

    Andy Murray is born in Glasgow, Scotland
    British Tennis Player
    Born in Glasgow, Scotland
  • First tournament against adults

    He Participated in the Central District Tennis League
  • Studied in the Primary School

    Studied in the Primary School
    studied in the Dunblane Primary School, where the Dunblane Massacre ocurred
  • Murray scored a major youth championship

    Murray scored a major youth championship
    he won Florida's Orange Bowl in his age group, as well as the Us open junior; he became the world's No. 6
  • Debuted on the ATP tour

    Debuted on the ATP tour
    Shortly after becoming the youngest British player to compete in the Davis Cup, Murray made his professional debut in April 2005.
    He disputed his first ATP final in Bangkok in which he faced Roger Federer.
  • He won his first ATP

    He won his first ATP
    Murray claimed a second straight SAP Open and also won the St. Petersburg Open to break into the Top 10 rankings.
  • Jumped as a tennis player

    Jumped as a tennis player
    Murray emerged in the tennis spotlight when he defeated Spanish sensation Rafael Nadal to reach the final of the 2008 U.S. Open, before losing to Federer
  • He ascended to No. 2 in the world

    He ascended to No. 2 in the world
    After winning six ATP World Tour, including the Miami Masters 1000, defeating Djokovic
  • Won for the first time the 1000 masters from Shanghai

    he won the Us Open of Australia and he repeated the title in montreal.
    Defeated Federer
  • Murray made it to the Wimbledon final

    Murray made it to the Wimbledon final
    Murray's victory made Scotland and the whole United Kingdom proud, he was the first tennis pro from Great Britain to reach the Wimbledon final since 1938. However, Murray lost in the final to Federer, who claimed his seventh Wimbledon win.
  • Won his first gold medal

    Won his first gold medal
    Murray avenged his Wimbledon loss at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, held in London, where he beat Federer to take his first Olympic gold medal
  • Win the Wimbledon

    Win the Wimbledon
    After losing to Djokovic at the 2013 Australian Open, Murray made history that summer by defeating the Serbian player to claim the Wimbledon men's singles championship.
  • Won his second gold medal

    Won his second gold medal
    In August 2016, he won his second gold medal in singles at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, which he added to that achieved in London 2012.
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    Break

    He has to recover from a hip injury