A look at top moments of Andy Murray's careerLast updated on Oct 16, 2019, 06:05 pm
Andy Murray is one of the greatest modern tennis players Britain's history.
Being a three-time Grand Slam champion and a former world number one, Murray has scripted a number of records, both for himself and Britain.
As he revives his singles career once again following hip surgery, we take a look at his top career moments so far.
First Slam final
Reaching his first Grand Slam final
Playing the maiden Slam final is a moment of pride for a player.
Murray underwent similar emotions when he played his maiden Slam final during the 2010 Australian Open, where he finished runners-up as Roger Federer won the title.
Although he lost in straight sets, the resilience he showed was enough to impress the Swiss master, as he deemed him a future Slam champion.
2012 Olympic Gold
Winning the Olympic gold in 2012
The 2012 London Olympics was the stage where Murray delivered at the highest level.
Prior to the event, he had lost the 2012 Wimbledon final to Federer.
With the Olympics being held at the same venue, Murray was adamant that he would not repeat the same mistake twice, as he went on to win in straight sets and clinched his first major title.
2012 US Open
Olympic gold inspires him to win first Slam
The Olympic gold had inspired him so much that he was bolstering with confidence as he stepped into the US Open.
Deemed one of the favorites, he lived up to the expectations and justified the tag, as he defeated Novak Djokovic in five sets.
Consequently, he also became the first British man to win the US Open, since Fred Perry in 1936.
2013 Wimbldeon win
Finally, winning the home Slam
Murray had mentioned on multiple occasions that he wanted to make his fellow countrymen proud by winning the Wimbledon and termed it as his dream Slam.
While he lost the 2013 Australian Open final, he carried forward the momentum at Wimbledon and defeated Djokovic in straight sets.
He also became the first Scot, since Harold Mahony in 1896, to win the Wimbledon.
World number one
Rise to number one
Every tennis professional dreams of becoming the number one player in the world.
While Murray had been dreaming the same, it did not happen right after winning his maiden Slam and had to wait four more years, until 2016, for the dream to become reality.
He also managed to end the year as number one, as he won his only ATP Finals, defeating Djokovic.