You will get to know Sir Andrew Barron Murray better after watching this video of some of his amazing return winners. Andy Murray is one of the top returners in the game, often able to block back fast serves with his excellent reach and ability to anticipate. He often returns the ball with a forehand/backhand slice, or with a slower drive in the middle of the court and begins with his waiting game afterwards. He’s going for broke when he’s very confident and putting his opponents to rest with his deadly return. Stats are very eloquent – with his 34% first serve return points won he’s tied with David Ferrer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal for the second place (Coria is the all-time greatest in that departament with 36% but have in mind that he’s spent the majority of his career on clay). Murray’s won 32% of the return games he’s played which again puts him in the top 3 (tied again with Ferrer, Nadal, Djokovic, Andre Agassi, Michael Chang, Thomas Muster). Andy Murray has broken his opponent at least once in his last 112 matches (As of 14.01.2017) and we’re still counting. Murray’s currently ranked world No. 1 in men’s singles and is a three-time Grand Slam tournament winner (US Open 2012, Wimbledon 2013 and 2016). He reached the Australian Open final 5 times and the Roland Garros final once. Murray is the men’s singles 2012 (London) and 2016 (Rio) Olympic gold medallist, making him the only tennis player, male or female, to have won two Olympic singles titles. He featured in Great Britain’s Davis Cup-winning team in 2015, going 11–0 in his matches (8 singles and 3 doubles) as they secured their first Davis Cup title since 1936.