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The two-time Olympic gold medalist and the world’s #2 in Men’s Singles has a lot of heart for his fans and the game. Andy Murray showed this when he responded directly to an invitation from Hassoon Al Nawais, a 13-year-old junior tennis player, who messaged him on Facebook. Murray responded publicly and expressed his desire to be back and play again at the 9th season of Mubadala World Tennis Championship in the United Arab Emirates this coming December.

He won in this tournament twice – at the inaugural event in 2009, wherein he was pitted and won over Rafael Nadal in three sets, and in 2015, with an easy victory over the world’s #1 Novak Djokovic. The season-opening tournament will be held on December 29 to January 1 at the Abu Dhabi International Complex and Milos Raonic will also be attending the tournament. Grab your Andy Murray tickets early to watch him at a close range on the courts.

Andy Murray believes in paying it forward. “It’s always special to be a part of something that is actually helping to grow the sport I love,” he says to the press. “There is clearly a new and young tennis community growing in Abu Dhabi and I’m touched Hassan asked if I was coming back. I’m looking forward to returning to this great tournament.”

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His passion for tennis has become an entrepreneurial endeavor with his investment on the Cromlix Hotel, which was recently recognized and awarded as AA Hotel of the Year in Scotland. It was in 2013 when he bought the 15-bedroom mansion and transformed it into a 5-star hotel. This is actually a tribute to Andy Murray’s team and the tennis industry itself that has become a huge part of his life for many years. This £1.8-million investment has grand tennis courts embellished with the victorious colors of Wimbledon.

The Chez Roux restaurant can also be found right at the Cromlix Hotel; which was also awarded recently with three AA Rosettes in Hospitality awards. Chef Albert Roux serves classic and sumptuous meals that would surely tease and satisfy every palate. It was also right at Cromlix Hotel that he married his lovely wife, Kim Sears, last year, which was also well-remembered as the “Wedding of the Year.”  

Murray knows how to start any season with a bang – this he did when they finished second at the Hopman Cup together with Heather Watson. Although Wimbledon is said to be Murray’s comfort zone, he went on to go for his fifth Australian Open Final, outplaying and winning over Sam Groth, Alexander Zverev, Bernard Tomic, Milos Raonic, and David Ferrer. He was not able to bag his first Australian Open title because he got run over by Novak Djokovic, who was in top form at that time. Djokovic won in straight sets and bagged his sixth Australian Open title. Watch Murray at the Australian Open 2017 as he takes on Djokovic again. Get your Andy Murray tickets today.

Murray went on to play from one tournament to the other. From the 2016 Davis Cup, 2016 Mutua Madrid Open, French Open, Queen’s Club Championships, and to Wimbledon 2016 where he got to play as second seed. He got straight wins over John Millman, Nick Kyrgios, Lu Yen-hsun, and Liam Broady during the first four rounds. In the July Finals, Murray was able to topple over Raonic and won his second Wimbledon and third major title.

Next stop was at the Rio Olympics. He was the first player to have ever won two gold medals at the singles events wherein he was able to outwit and defeat Juan Martin del Potro in the Finals. This exhaustingly long match lasted for four long hours.

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The British tennis champion went on to enter the US Open and was able to defeat equally great competitors such as Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, Lukas Rosol of Czechoslovakia, Paolo Lorenzi of Italy, Marcel Granollers of Spain in the first four rounds of the game. He was able to win two straight sets before he suffered a loss in five sets to 6th seed Kei Nishikori.

He participated next in the 2016 Davis Cup semifinal held in Glasgow where he battled competition from Argentina. He lost against Juan Martin del Potro in the first five sets of the match. He then teamed up with Jamie, his brother, to defeat Leonardo Mayer and Juan Martin del Potro in the third rubber during the first four sets. He was able to snag the fourth rubber from Guido Pella in straight sets of the match.

He represents Great Britain whenever he enters tournaments wherein he also get to be recognized as the first ever British player awarded as the first British player to have ever won Grand Slam singles since 1936. Interestingly, Murray also happens to be the first ever British tennis player since 1977.  More so, he is the first ever British tennis player to win the Wimbledon Championships, in 2013, since Virginia Wade did back in 1977.

Murray seems to stop at nothing in the name of victory. He was the first ever British sportsman to bag multiple Wimbledon singles titles since the legendary Fred Perry in 1935. He was breaking and making records one day at a time, and he has his eyes on the prize all along. Andy Murray is a name to reckon with on the courts as he is a two-time Olympic champion, Davis Cup champion and three-time Grand Slam tournament champion rolled into one. Watch him as he does his thing at the Australian Open 2017 – Buy your Andy Murray tickets now.

His two-handed backhand strikes with ultimate precision and power that opponents cringe at the thought of it. His popularity and charm is at its peak, hence his being awarded the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2013 and 2015.

Andy Murray is a well-respected brand by many companies worldwide but is  also known as a trusted friend and colleague in and off the tennis court. Don’t dare miss out on the chance to see him live at the Australian Open 2017 – grab your Andy Murray tickets today.