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Andy Murray: Tennis Ace [Kindle Edition]

John Murray
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Review

"This unputdownable book is a must read for followers of tennis and Andy. I would suggest this book to children between the ages of 10 and 14. I would rate this book a 10/10!" (Guardian Children's Book Review Team)

Book Description

A brand-new biography of British tennis star Andy Murray, Olympic gold medallist and winner of Wimbledon 2013!

From the Back Cover

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a tennis star?

This is the story of Andy Murray – from the first time he picked up a tennis racket to his Grand Slam win at the US Open.

Did you know that Andy was approached by a major football club? Or that he used to play doubles with Novak Djokovic? Follow Andy's rise to stardom in this brand-new biography of Britain's tennis ace.

Contains eight pages of full-colour photographs

John Murray is no relation to Andy Murray.

About the Author

After moving to Melbourne from England in 2003, John Murray began writing for Australia’s highest-selling weekly sports magazine, the AFL Record, after a crash course in Australian rules football. He edited a children’s Aussie rules magazine for four years and has worked on the sport desks of several national newspapers. John was recently part of the publications team at the London 2012 organizing committee, and has written and edited books on tennis, cricket, football, netball and Aussie rules.

John is not related to Andy Murray, but he is a big tennis fan!

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