Andy Murray Quotes
Scottish Tennis Player
Andrew "Andy" Murray is a Scottish professional tennis player and current British number 1. He is ranked World No. 4, having previously held the No. 2 ranking position for two weeks from 17 August 2009 to 31 August 2009, making him the highest-ranked British male player since Fred Perry. Murray achieved a top 10 ranking by the Association of Tennis Professionals for the first time on 16 April 2007. He has reached two Grand Slam finals, finishing runner-up to Roger Federer both times at the 2008 US Open and the 2010 Australian Open.
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We are marching to defend our civil liberties which are under attack and to show our solidarity with the Muslim communities who are bearing the brunt of that attack.
— Andy Murray
There is obviously emotion involved because I have so much respect for Tim and for what he has done for British tennis. It would be nice to play him in a final because it would mean we'd both had a good week. At the end he just said 'good luck, well played, good match'.
— Andy Murray on Tim Henman
I've just heard that Sean Connery was going nuts in the Royal Box when there was an overrule
— Andy Murray on Sean Connery
I'd be prouder if my name was in the middle of them (Nadal and Federer)
— Andy Murray on rising to No. 3 in ATP rakings
It's definitely been an improvement this year compared with last... Going into the French I feel confident, better than I have done in previous years. I'll just work on a few bits and pieces
— Andy Murray on French Open 2009
I know mentally now that I can get to a Slam final, and physically. The only thing it comes down to is the tennis.
— Andy Murray after losing to Roger Federer in the final of 2008 US Open
He served huge. He started serving like, 215 kph-plus (134 mph) on a lot of his first serves.
— Andy Murray after losing to Fernando Verdasco in the fourth round of 2009 Australian Open
It's easy to look from the side and think you could have done this, you could have done that, but the guy was just hitting it so hard.
— Andy Murray after losing to Fernando Gonzalez in the quarter-finals of 2009 French Open
My game style against him is not always to sort of go on the court and try and blast winners, you know, all the time. Because he has such a big serve that you need to try and, you know, get into points and make returns.
— Andy Murray after losing to Andy Roddick in the semi-final of Wimbledon 2009
I didn't feel like my legs were all that heavy. That had absolutely no bearing on the result at all. Rafa's improved so many things in his game on grass. I have to look at my game, work on some things and try to get up to that level. I do think it's possible
— Andy Murray on losing to Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon 2008