Andy Murray

Read all the facts about Britains number one tennis player

All of England is backing our super tennis star for this Grand Slam. Andy Murray has a lot to live up to and many challengers to beat if he is to win this tournament. There is no doubt you will not want to miss out on the amazing Andy Murray Live Streaming that will be taking place over the next few days. Already now, preparations are under way for the big tennis event and it’s going to be some very interesting matches to come. The semi-finals are what most people are waiting for surely because of the high profiles that will attend. We’re backing our tennis star Andy Murray with all we got and will of course be glued to the screen for this tennis showdown, will you?

Andy Murray Profile

Andy Murray was born on May 15, 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland. Already from the early age of three he was playing tennis and started playing in junior leagues at the age of eight. In 2004 he won his first league, namely US Open Junior, it was right after this that he turned professional. He is considered as one of the better players as he has reached the quarter-finals in all Grand Slams since 2011. Sports was always a big part of Andy Murray’s family, it is worth noting that his brother Jamie is also a professional tennis player. Andy Murray made his professional debut in 2005 and in 2008 won against the very famous Rafael Nada during Us Open only to loose against Roger Federer. With these matches and a couple of other big wins he started appearing in the spotlights and has since then been on his way to become a greatly renowned tennis player. Andy Murrey has been a strong rival, especially against Roger Federer who he has faced 26 times untill now. The most memorable matches against him has been the 2012 Wimbledon finals where he was defeated. However he avenged his loss against Federer in the Summer Olympics where he won gold.

Australian Open Men’s Singles Final

 NOVAK DJOKOVIC VS ANDY MURRAY AUSTRALIAN OPEN MEN’S SINGLES FINAL SUNDAY 31st JANUARY 2016 – 0830 UK TIME   The Australian Open Men’s Singles Final is here, after a tournament that has given fans everything they could have hoped for. The last two players left will do battle for the prize of winning the first Grand Slam tournament of 2016. After two weeks of thrilling action, it is the top two seeds that remain at the end with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray set to meet each other in the final for the fourth time. Djokovic is the world number one, defending and five time Australian Open and has been simply brilliant in this tournament so far. He will come into this match as favourite, having already beaten Murray in three previous finals, but will know that he must play at his best if he wants to win a sixth title here. Murray has put impending fatherhood and family health issues to the back of his mind this past couple of weeks, in order to reach a fifth Australian Open Men’s Singles Final and give himself the chance of winning the title for the first time in his career. He has played some brilliant Tennis and shown plenty of fighting spirit, but he knows he will need all that and more to overcome one of the greatest players to ever play the game. ROUTE TO THE FINAL DJOKOVIC (1) Round MURRAY (2) Chung 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 1 Zverev 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 Halys 6-1, 6-2, 7-6 2 Groth 6-0, 6-4, 6-1 Seppi (28) 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 3 Sousa (32) 6-2, 3-6, 6-2,... read more

Can Murray finally win the Australian Open?

Andy Murray has reached the final of the Australian Open four times in his career, but has still never lifted the title. Defeat to Roger Federer in 2010 has been followed by three defeats in the championship match to Novak Djokovic in 2011, 2013 and last year. Will 2016 finally be the year that Murray can win this illusive title or will he remain forever the bridesmaid and never the bride down under? A successful 2015 saw Murray climb to number two in the ATP rankings behind Djokovic, after winning four calendar titles and he also starred for Great Britain in their first Davis Cup triumph for 79 years. Murray was also a beaten finalist in another three tournaments, losing all of them to Djokovic, whilst reaching at least the Semi Final in three of the four Grand Slam events. For all of the good form Murray showed last year, he still seems to fall short against the best players in the game. A 0-2 record against Federer and a 1-6 against Djokovic shows that he may have a psychological disadvantage against those two, which effects his chances of winning the major tournaments. This year he will hope to overcome those disadvantages though and let his off court happiness put him in a better frame of mind ahead of the big games. Marriage and impending fatherhood have obviously given Murray a boost in life that has shown on court and he will be hoping to continue his rise in 2016. His main aim is to dislodge Djokovic at the top of the rankings, starting with what he hopes will... read more

Andy Murray Comeback

That was quite a comback we got to see from Andy Murray. Losing the first two sets against Frenchman Adrian Mannarino with 7-5 and 6-4, the stress was visible in the stands as the fans cheered on. However Murray pulled through despite the New York heat and the physical and psychological strain. The next three sets where won by our UK tennis star with 6-1, 6-3 and 6-1. In the third round Andy Murray will be facing brazilian player Thomaz Bellucci in what will surely be a very intense match. Remember to support our main tennis player and watch Andy Murray Live... read more

Murray beats sleeping opponent

One can say many things about Nick Kyrgios, one thing is sure he get’s more attention than he deserves. As we saw him dangeling around on the tennis court one couldn’t help but to lower ones head in shame. In the first round match against Andy Murray at US Open, the australian player saw fit to take a small nap during the match pause. Murray spent his time putting ice on his neck as one would in a hot summer New York day, all the while Kyrgios was taking ‘resting period’ rather litteraly and taking a quick nap. It did help though, Murray was brilliant on the tennis court, even though tennis expert and legend John McEnroe said he was not impressed by Andy Murray’s performace. Despite this, he still managed to win in four sets with 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1. Next up, our country hero is playing against Adrian Mannarino from France. Did you see this match? You can watch Andy Murray Live Streaming or other players and Live stream US Open so you can follow the action... read more

Andy Murray on losing streak

Andy Murray has now lost an incredible 10 times against arch nemesis Roger Federer. Last time Andy Murray won over him was during the 2013 Australian Open. According to some, britains favorite tennis player must change his strategy if he is to beat Federer. It’s been a lot of ups and downs for Murray as we must remember that he beat the worlds number one in Montreal recently. One could attribute his severe losses to him spending double the hours on court than his opponent yet and Roger Federer said he did use Andy Murray’s mental fatigue in order to beat him. If anything is certain, we will experience a very intense US Open 2015 and you can Live Stream Andy Murray right... read more


    • Born: 15 May 1987
    • Club: –
    • Plays: Right-handed
    • Turned Pro: 2005
    • Active: Yes
  • ATP rangliste: 1