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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Andy Murray

Andy Murray is not the only sportsperson in his family as his older brother Jamie is also a professional tennis player, who concentrates on Doubles, and is currently ranked fifth in the world.


Andy Murray has the most runner-up finishes at the Australian Open with 5.


The Scotsman looked up to legendary American tennis player Andre Agassi and considers him his idol.


When Andy Murray won Wimbledon in 2013, he was the first British male to win a singles title at Wimbledon in 77 years.


Murray was featured in GQ’s “20 Most Stylish Athletes of 2013” and was named GQ man of the year.


Andy Murray received an OBE medal from Prince WIlliam in 2013.


Murray’s interest in sports reaches far beyond just tennis. Murray is an enormous boxing, soccer, pro wrestling and basketball fan, more specifically, a Miami Heat fan.


Murray was also an outstanding soccer player and when he was 14, he was offered a trial with Glasgow Rangers FC.


Murray also does his part in giving back to the community as he is a global ambassador for UNICEF, United for Wildlife, Malaria No More and WWF.


Andy Murray loves ice-cream and used to eat Pizza before matches.


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