Andy Murray reveals the saddest moments of his childhood


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Andy Murray reveals the saddest moments of his childhood

In his documentary 'Resurfacing', the former world number 1 Andy Murray spoke about various topics surrounding tennis and his personal life. He represents Great Britain in his sporting activities and is a three-time Grand Slam tournament winner, two-time Olympic champion, Davis Cup champion, winner of the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals, and former world No.

1. "I had the thing that happened in Dunblane. That was when I was around nine. I’m sure for all the kids there it would have been difficult for different reasons, but we knew the guy, we went to his kids’ club, he’d been in our car and we’d driven him and dropped him off at train stations and things " - Murray said on his childhood.

"And within 12 months of that happening, our parents got divorced. I think that’s a difficult time for kids, to see that and not quite understand what’s going on. Then, six to 12 months after that, my brother moved away from home.

He went to train to play tennis. We used to do everything together, so when he moved away that was also quite hard for me" - he added. Murray lost against 12th ranked Fabio Fognini in the second round of the Shanghai Open, before winning the first title after his operation in the European Open in October 2019, beating three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka in the final.

In November 2019, he represented Great Britain for the first time since 2016 after being named in the squad for the Davis Cup finals. However, he was only able to play one rubber in Great Britain's run to the semifinals.