2015 has been another great year on the tour for Andy Murray and has also been a record breaking year for the British number one so let’s takes a look through the highlights of his year.
I could not possibly start anywhere else. Andy Murray and Great Britain lifted the Davis Cup. I still can’t believe it, his commitment and performances have been outstanding!
- 11/0 in Davis Cup this year
- 7th player in history to win three live rubbers in the final
With this he has just cemented his name further into British Tennis history and sporting history as one of the greatest sportsmen ever!
Andy Murray and clay courts don’t usually go down too well however this year Murray was exceptional on the clay with the title win in Munich and of course his first Masters 1000 victory on clay winning Madrid defeating Nadal, Nishikori and Raonic to win his 11th Masters title which put him level with Pete Sampras on titles won!
Novak and Roger
I’m sorry to put a bit of misery on this but Andy’s record against Novak and Roger could have been better this year. He defeated Novak in Canada of course to lift the title but did struggle in some other meetings and hopefully it will improve next season 😀
One of the records on the tour this year belonged to Andy who finished the year with 71 singles wins but after winning the first set of matches won 62 of them and lost 0 which is incredible. Week in week out you see people lose from big winning positions but to not have lost in almost 12 months after winning the first set is magnificent!
Who knows what 2016 will bring. Hopman Cup and Australian Open are the first tournaments on the agenda for Andy but I’m sure it will be another amazing year.
I’ll just leave this for you 😉
Video via YouTube Channel – British Tennis