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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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 After Indian Wells I sat down with my coaches and spoke about making sure my priority was to peak for the Grand Slams but I can still play great tennis in the Masters Series and try to win every match I play in. That's what I need to be focused on and that's what we talked about together after Indian Wells. I was nervous before I played against Kohlschreiber and I was just rubbish. You gear towards each Grand Slam. They are the four peaks of the year where you want to be playing your best tennis and I achieved that in Australia. Since then it's not been particularly good but a lot can change from week to week. I went from playing some of the best tennis of my life in Australia to playing some really bad tennis in the space of a few weeks and it can change. I just need to keep working. 
— Andy Murray lost focus concentrating too hard to win his first Grand Slam title / April 16, 2010
 I can understand to a certain extent that everyone would like me to play in the Davis Cup because obviously we've got a better chance of winning. 
— Andy Murray / March 25, 2010
 But the last tie I played in Davis Cup, I was injured. I played through the match when I was injured and it set me back probably double the amount of time that it would have done if I hadn't played. 
— Andy Murray / March 25, 2010
 No one talks about that side when you're playing through matches when you're hurt and it sets you back and then you drop ranking points. I don't see John coming out and having a go at (Roger) Federer or Rafa (Nadal) or (Andy) Roddick or whoever, the guys that don't play Davis Cup all of the time either. 
— Andy Murray / March 25, 2010
 I need to make a decision of what's best, not only just for the team but also my own career as well, 
— Andy Murray defending his decision to skip the Davis Cup tie that Britain lost to Lithuania / March 24, 2010

 There needs to be a bit of perspective that it's just not me missing the Davis Cup tie. There are some guys that play very, very few matches that are a lot better players than me, 
— Andy Murray defending his decision to skip the Davis Cup tie that Britain lost to Lithuania / March 24, 2010
 Our men's side needs to get way, way better, 
— Andy Murray on the British men's tennis / March 24, 2010
 The amount of money that is invested and spent in the game (over 50 million dollars a year, mainly from Wimbledon proceeds), we as a nation deserve better results. 
— Andy Murray / March 24, 2010
 We talked about what happened in Indian Wells and what I need to do to get better and what to do to get ready for here. It wasn't changing the way I was trying to play or whatever. I was just making sure I go in with a clear mind of what I want to do. 
— Andy Murray saying he has been talking to his team on strategy since his loss to Robin Soderling at Indian Wells / March 24, 2010
 I think the position that we're in now, the stuff that's been going on with British tennis, it's important to make a statement with the next captain, 
— Andy Murray / March 19, 2010