Nadal VS Murray

Nadal vs Murray Head to Head Stats

The first Nadal vs Murray match was in the 4th round of the 2007 Australian Open with Nadal winning their first encounter in five sets (6-7, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1). In total, they have played each other 24 times with Nadal leading their H2H 17-7. The last time Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal played each

Andy Murray ATP Titles

Andy Murray ATP Titles

To date, Andy Murray has won a total of 46 ATP singles titles including three grand slam titles, 14 Masters 1000 titles, two Olympics gold medals in singles, and one ATP finals. In Men’s and Mixed Doubles, Murray has won a total of three doubles titles and an Olympic silver medal in the mixed doubles

Djokovic vs Murray Head to Head

Djokovic vs Murray Head to Head

The very first Djokovic vs Murray match was at the Madrid Masters in 2006, in which Djokovic won 1-6, 7-5, 6-3. Since then they have played each other a total of 36 times with Djokovic currently leading the head to head 25 wins to Murray’s 11 wins. The last time Djokovic and Murray played each

Federer vs Murray Head to Head

Federer vs Murray Head to Head

Roger Federer and Andy Murray have played each other a total of 25 times with Federer currently leading the head to head 14 wins to Murray’s 11 wins. Unlike many other young players, Andy Murray had early success playing against Federer as he won 6 out of their first 10 matches between 2005 and 2009.

Andy Murray Slow Motion Compilation

Andy Murray Slow Motion Compilation

We have put together a compilation of videos from YouTube that showcase the Forehand, Backhand, Volley, Overhead, and Serve of the former world number 1 and winner of 3 grand slams Andy Murray. Andy Murray Slow Motion Forehand Andy Murray has one of the most consistent forehands on the ATP Tour and it has helped

Andy Murray Player Profile

Andy Murray Player Profile

With 3 three grand slam titles and 46 ATP titles in total under his belt, Andy Murray has been the most successful British tennis player in a number of years. His achievements are even more amazing considering his success came in the era of Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal. His most successful year on tour was