Andy Murray had to beat the very best in men’s tennis to become the very best | Tennis News |

Andy Murray had to beat the very best in men's tennis to become the very best | Tennis News |

Andy Murray had to beat the very best in men's tennis to become the very best | Tennis News |

Andy Murray has done it all. Here, we look back at the most significant moments in his career.

The curtain will soon fall on the journey of the man who ended Britain’s 77-year wait for a Wimbledon champion. Three Grand Slams and two Olympic gold medals adorn his trophy cabinet but, with a hip injury still plaguing him, Murray has revealed he hopes to retire after this summer’s Wimbledon, although he may be forced to stop after the Australian Open this month.

His tears as he revealed his impending retirement may represent the final chapter in a stunning story.

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