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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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 I don't think I played that passive. I think I hit a lot of winners. You know, my game style against him is not always to go on the court and try and blast winners all the time. 
— Andy Murray on his semi-final match against Andy Roddick / July 06, 2009
 When we play for small forfeits I lose the games more, because they don't concentrate as much. It doesn't bother me like when we play for push-ups and you have to kiss the other guy's toes. Like I'll lose them. But if it's stuff like a cricket bat or you have to get lunch for everyone and stuff, I concentrate a bit harder. 
— Andy Murray / June 25, 2009
 It's not great. The depth needs to get way better. It's not acceptable. 
— Andy Murray on the British tennis players, only 2 of 11 players survived the 2009 Wimbledon first round / June 23, 2009
 Some of them played well, but they aren't at the same level as a lot of guys. They don't play at this level too often because they're not ranked that high, so when the tight moments come, they don't play as well. 
— Andy Murray on the British tennis players, only 2 of 11 players survived the 2009 Wimbledon first round / June 23, 2009
 Beating Richard Gasquet in the fourth round last year was a great match to be involved in, but I lost to Nadal comfortably in the next round, I actually went away for three or four weeks after that and trained really, really hard over in the States, down in Miami in really warm conditions. 
— Andy Murray saying losing to Nadal in 2008 Wimbledon quarterfinals helped him / June 21, 2009

 I realised that I was in good shape then, but I lost to someone like Rafa, who's probably one of the best athletes to ever play tennis (and) I needed to improve that side of my game. 
— Andy Murray saying losing to Nadal in 2008 Wimbledon quarterfinals helped him / June 21, 2009
 It was after Wimbledon I pushed on. I just learnt a lot from the loss to Rafa. I realised I needed to get fitter and stronger. I went away and worked on it. 
— Andy Murray saying losing to Nadal in 2008 Wimbledon quarterfinals helped him / June 21, 2009
 The US Open was much bigger than winning at Queen's, just because it's the first time I'd played seven matches in two weeks, It's the first time I'd been the whole way in a grand slam. I played a lot of tennis that tournament. 
— Andy Murray / June 21, 2009
 I had a few long matches early in the tournament and had to deal with things I'd never been through before, rain delays and semis switching courts. 
— Andy Murray on 2008 US Open / June 21, 2009
 It's the first time I'd beaten the number one in the world in a slam and that gave me a lot of confidence, knowing that physically I was able to get to the final match of a slam. 
— Andy Murray on beating Rafael Nadal in the 2008 US Open / June 21, 2009
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