Andy Murray

Andy Murray

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Birthday: May 15, 1987

Birthplace: Dunblane, Central Region, Scotland, UK

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, professional tennis player Andy Murray was born with a split patella, a condition that causes the kneecap to remain two separate bones, instead of bonding together during childhood. Murray's diagnosis was not made until he was 16, however, and caused him considerable pain as an adult. As a child, Murray attended the Dunblane Primary School, and was present there during the Dunblane massacre in 1996 when a gunman opened fire in the school, killing 16 children and a teacher before turning the gun on himself. At 15, Murray moved to Barcelona, Spain to focus on his tennis career, training with Emilio Sanchez who had been the #1 doubles player in the world. At the 2012 US Open, Murray became the first British player to win a Grand Slam tournament since 1977. He was also the first man to do so since 1936. The very next year, he won the Wimbledon Championship, making him the first British male to do so in 77 years. As of 2016 Murray was the reigning Olympic champion. His defeat of Roger Federer at the 2012 Olympics made him the first British singles champion to win the gold medal in over 100 years. Murray married to Kim Sears, the daughter of tennis coach Nigel Sears, in 2015.



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