Top British Olympians – where are they now?

[post_page_title]Andy Murray – Then[/post_page_title]
When he was just 3 years old, Judy Murray took her son to the local tennis courts to get a feel for the game – and he hasn’t looked back since. In fact, he played in his first professional match just two years later! Since then, Andy Murray has focused his whole life on perfecting his craft and reaching the number one top spot. In 2006, Murray reached the first of his goals when he took over Tim Henman’s seven-year run as the number one tennis player in the United Kingdom. He later won two gold medals at the 2012 and the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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