Andy Murray is still hungry for success and wants to win the biggest competitions. The British tennis player was number 1 before a hip injury that sidelined him for two years and threatened to end his career.
Andy Murray is back and ready to win
The 32-year old went through major surgery and now has metal components implanted into his hip. He managed to get back on the court, ready to enjoy his favorite sport once more.
But only that. Murray is a born winner and expresses his desire to achieve previous heights.
“Obviously you’d want to do well in all the big competitions,” Murray told the BBC.
“But I think that’s one of the things that I took out of these last few years: that ultimately you realize what actually are the most important things. Tennis is very important to me but it’s not ahead of my health, it’s not ahead of my family.”
“Tennis is great and winning matches is fantastic, but you realize when you’ve gone through a tough period – and you get through it – what the really important things are.”
After his return in the Summer, Murray has won the doubles title at Queens alongside Feliciano Lopez. He played both men’s and mixed doubles at Wimbledon, participated in a full Asian swing of the ATP singles Tour, and won his final tournament of the year in Antwerp.