Reigning Wimbledon and Olympic Singles Champion Andy Murray has acquired an impressive total of 43 singles titles so far in his career. From his first win as an under 10 junior, Andy has been on a roll ever since. First ranked as one of the world’s Top 10 tennis players in 2007, he’s since risen to No.1.
In 2012 Murray made it to the Wimbledon final for the first time but lost out long-time rival Roger Federer. However, he was back in 2013 with a Wimbledon win, breaking Britain’s 77-year losing streak for Gentlemen’s Singles and completing the year with a win at the US Open.
He is now the reigning Olympic champion, having won the men’s singles tennis tournament at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He recently won 18 matches in a row to become the first British singles player to top the world rankings, reaching world number one may be Andy’s greatest achievement.