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- 年龄: 26 (15.05.1987)
- 出生地: 苏格兰 邓布兰
- 常住地: 英国 伦敦
- 身高: 6'3" (190 厘米)
- 体重: 185 磅 (84 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 2005
- 教练: Ivan Lendl
- 站点: http://www.andymurray.com
全名安德烈•穆雷… 从三岁开始打网球… 母亲朱迪是前苏格兰国家队教练，父亲威廉姆是一位区域销售经理... 哥哥杰米（生于1986年2月13日）也是ATP的球员… 从小到大都爱踢足球和打网球，有一次曾和格拉斯哥流浪者队一起踢球… 他最喜欢的音乐家是50美分… 从15岁起 就在巴塞罗那参加训练… 2004年曾赢得美国公开赛青少年组冠军（战胜了斯塔霍夫斯基）并打入双打半决赛（搭档哥哥杰米）… 2005年在罗兰加洛斯打入青少年组半决赛… 04年位居世界青少年组排名第十位… 2003年赢得了加拿大公开赛青少年组冠军并且排名上升至第六位。
在美国公开赛中表现最佳… 获颁2004年度最佳BBC青年运动员奖… 两次获得英国草地网协颁发的年度球员奖… 最擅长硬地比赛并认为自己的发球在比赛中最占优势… 是电视系列喜剧片“明星伙伴”的忠实粉丝… 2009年六月和瓦林卡的比赛是温布尔顿首次全部在屋顶关闭的情况下进行的男子单打比赛…体能教练是Matt Little和Jezz Green，曾在2008-10红土赛季由前世界第二，两届法网决赛选手埃里克斯•克雷特加担任教练。
2009 -- The Scot captured an ATP World Tour-best six titles and reached a career-high No. 2 ranking in August before finishing No. 4…Led circuit with .857 winning percentage…Reached QFs or better in 13 of 18 tournaments and posted a personal-best 14-6 mark against Top 10 opponents…Defended his title in Doha with back-to-back wins over No. 2 Federer (SF) and No. 8 Roddick (F)…Held serve 47 of 50 games throughout tournament…Reached 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to Verdasco)…Defeated No. 1 Nadal in Rotterdam final to capture his 10th career ATP World Tour title…Advanced to QF in Dubai where he withdrew due to a virus…Also pulled out of first round Davis Cup European zone home tie against Ukraine...
Returned in March to reach final at Indian Wells* (l. to Nadal)…Beat No. 2 Federer in SF for fourth consecutive time since losing to Swiss in ’08 US Open final…Claimed title at Miami* (d. Djokovic)…First British player in tournament’s 25-year history to win title…Reached his first career SF on clay at Monte Carlo* (l. to Nadal)…Reached QF in Madrid…Followed with career-best QF run at Roland Garros (l. to F. Gonzalez)…Won first career grass title at Queen’s (d. Blake)…First British player since Bunny Austin in 1938 to earn title at Queen’s Club…Did not drop a set and only lost serve twice in tournament…Continued strong grass-court form with SF at Wimbledon (l. to Roddick)…Became ninth different British male to reach SF since abolishment of Challenge Round in 1922...
Won fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy in Montreal to rise to a career-high No. 2 on Aug. 17 and was there for four weeks…He is highest-ranked British player in ATP history (since 1973) and first player to break Federer-Nadal stronghold on top two spots since Lleyton Hewitt ranked No. 2 on July 18, 2005…Followed with SF in Cincinnati* (l. to Federer)…Reaggravated a left wrist injury during Davis Cup tie vs Poland and withdrew from Asian tournaments in Tokyo and Shanghai…Returned to action in Valencia and captured his career-best sixth title (d. Youzhny)…He became first British man to win 14 titles in Open Era, surpassing Greg Rusedski (13, who also had two titles as a Canadian)...
Went 2-1 in round-robin mark at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals…Missed qualifying for SF round
but lost tie-break to del Potro by one game…Compiled marks of 46-6 on hard, 10-1 on grass, 9-4 on clay and 15-2 indoors…Earned a career-high $4,421,057 and was among leaders in all four return of serve categories…Finished No. 1 in points won returning first serve (35%) and No. 2 in points won returning second serve (56%), break points converted (46%) and return games won (33%)…No. 9 in aces with a career-high 575.
2008 -- compiled his best season by winning a career-high five ATP titles and reaching his first Grand Slam final...Became first British player to win five titles in a year in Open Era and first Briton to appear in a Grand Slam final since Greg Rusedski at US Open in 1997...He's on course to become first British player to finish in Top 4 in 36-year history of ATP Rankings...Jumped off to a 10-1 start with titles in two of his first three tournaments in Doha (d. Davydenko in SF, Wawrinka in F) and Marseille (d. Ancic)...In between, suffered a 1st RD loss at Australian Open (l. to eventual runner-up Tsonga)...In March, beat No. 1 Federer in three sets in opening round of Dubai en route to QF (l. to Davydenko)...
Had an up-and-down stretch in his next seven events with a 9-7 mark before reaching QF at Queen's (W/O vs. Roddick) and Wimbledon (d. Gasquet in five, l. to Nadal)...During summer hard court circuit, reached SF at AMS Toronto (d. Wawrinka, Djokovic, l. to Nadal) and followed with first ATP Masters Series title in Cincinnati (d. Djokovic)...After a 1st RD loss to Lu at Beijing Olympics, regrouped to reach US Open final, handing Nadal his first loss as World No. 1 in SF...Also beat No. 10 Wawrinka in 4th RD and No. 17 del Potro in QF before falling in straight sets to Federer...Climbed from No. 6 to No. 4 afterwards…
Compiled a personal-best 14-match winning streak with two Davis Cup wins vs. Austria’s Peya and Melzer although Great Britain lost 3-2…During indoor circuit, won second straight AMS title in Madrid (d. Federer in SF, Simon in F), repeated crown in St. Petersburg (d. Golubev) and reached QF at AMS Paris (l. to Nalbandian)...Qualified for first Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai...Compiled records of 40-9 on hard, 8-1 on grass and 7-5 on clay...Also put together personal-bests of 22-10 in tie-breaks, 17-2 indoors and 9-7 vs. Top 10 opponents...Earned a career-high of $3 million-plus.
2007-- Continued his ranking improvement, finishing in Top 15 for first time at No. 11 ...Broke Top 10 in April and was there for nine weeks, reaching No. 8 in June...Despite success, missed nearly four months of action due to back and wrist injuries...Jumped off to a 23-5 start through March, reaching SF or better in five of first six tournaments..Opened with runner-up in Doha (d. No. 3 Davydenko, l. to Ljubicic) and followed with 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to Nadal in five sets)...In February, defended his first ATP title in San Jose (d. No. 4 Roddick in SF, Karlovic in F) and next week reached SF in Memphis (l. to Roddick)...In March, turned in back-to-back SF showings at ATP Masters Series tournaments in Indian Wells (d. No. 4 Davydenko, No. 9 Haas, l. to Djokovic) and Miami (d. Roddick-ret., l. to Djokovic)...
In April, suffered a back injury in 1st RD doubles match at AMS Monte Carlo and missed one month...Then in second outing back at AMS Hamburg, on May 15, injured his right wrist while leading Volandri 5-1 but was forced to retire...Sidelined for nearly three months before coming back Aug. 7 at AMS Montreal where he lost in 2nd RD to Fabio Fognini...Following week lost to Baghdatis in 1st RD at AMS Cincinnati and then reached 3rd RD at US Open (l. to Lee)...
Finished rest of season with an impressive 16-4 mark...Led Great Britain back into 2008 Davis Cup World Group by winning both of his singles matches vs. Croatia in playoff tie, including a five-sets win over Main Cilic in opening rubber...During five-week European indoor circuit, reached final in Metz (l. to Robredo), 2nd RD in Moscow (l. to Tipsarevic), 3rd RD at AMS Madrid (l. to Nadal), captured title in St. Petersburg (d. Verdasco) and advanced to QF at AMS Paris (l. to Gasquet)...Led ATP with most indoor match wins (23-5)...Went 5-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 36-12 on hard, 5-0 on carpet, 2-0 on grass and 0-2 on clay...In limited doubles action, had a 3-3 record (w/brother Jamie), reaching SF in Doha and QF in Metz.
2006 --Finished in Top 20 for first time at No. 17 and captured his first ATP title... The second-youngest player (behind Djokovic) to finish in year-end Top 20...After starting off with a 12-14 match record, since mid-June to rest of season compiled a 28-11 mark...Highlights included Nottingham QF (l. to Seppi), 4th RD at Wimbledon (d. No. 5 Roddick, l. to Baghdatis), SF in Newport (l. to Gimelstob), his third career ATP final in Washington (l. to Clement), SF at AMS Toronto (l. to Gasquet) and QF at AMS Cincinnati (d. No. 1 Federer, l. to Roddick)...Was one of only two players (Nadal) during year to defeat Federer and ended his 55-match winning streak in North America...
Then advanced to 4th RD at US Open (d. No. 11 Gonzalez, l. to Davydenko)...His best results after Open were 3rd RD at AMS Madrid (d. No. 3 Ljubicic, l. to Djokovic) and AMS Paris (l. to Hrbaty)...Prior to his successful second half run, captured his first ATP title in San Jose in February, defeating No. 3 Roddick in SF and No. 11 Hewitt in a third set tie-break...Saved two match points against Hewitt to become youngest player to capture an ATP title during year, winning at 18 years, 9 months of age...Afterwards, climbed from 60 into Top 50 for first time at No. 47...Began working with former Top 10 ATP pro Brad Gilbert in Washington (July 31) and went 19-8 record under him...Went 4-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled records of 26-14 on hard, 9-4 on grass and 4-5 on clay...
2005 – Made biggest jump of any player in Top 100 from previous year, climbing 449 ranking spots to No. 65...Second-youngest player in year-end Top 100 (behind Djokovic)... First teen from Great Britain to finish in year-end Top 100 since Buster Mottram in 1974... Reached at least 2nd RD at nine of 10 ATP events... Played mainly Challengers and Futures to begin year... Made ATP debut in April at Barcelona (l. to Hernych)... Had ATP breakthrough during British grass season... Won first ATP matches at Queen’s, defeating Ventura and Dent to reach 3rd RD (l. to T. Johansson)... Was last British man playing at Wimbledon with run to 3rd RD... Defeated Bastl and Stepanek in straight sets before falling to Nalbandian in five sets after holding two-set lead...
During summer, won Challenger titles in Aptos (d. Ram) and Binghampton (d. Falla)...Made US Open debut, playing a pair of five-setters (d. Pavel, l. to Clement)... Made Davis Cup singles debut against Switzerland in World Group playoff, falling to Wawrinka in straight sets... Reached first ATP final in Bangkok, defeating Bastl, Soderling, Ginepri and Srichaphan before falling to No. 1 Federer... In final ATP event of season, reached QF in Basel, defeating countryman Henman in 1st RD in third set tie-break... Also defeated Berdych before losing to Gonzalez... Became youngest Briton ever to play a Davis Cup tie at 17 years, 293 days when teaming with Sherwood to defeat Israel’s Erlich-Ram in March... Also played Davis Cup (w/ Rusedski) in defeat to Switzerland’s Allegro-Federer...
2004 – Claimed four Futures titles, including a pair in consecutive weeks in December…First title came in Xativa, Spain in August (d. Baldellou)…Three weeks later won Futures title in Rome (d. Coene)…In December, claimed back-to-back Spanish Futures…Posted 26-3 Futures record…
2003 – Claimed first Futures title at Glasgow (d. Darcis)…Posted a 9-4 Futures record and 3-3 in Challengers…Reached doubles final in Glasgow Futures (w/Thomas)…