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5.0 out of 5 stars Must read for Murray fan, 26 Dec. 2013
This review is from: Andy Murray: Seventy-Seven: My Road to Wimbledon Glory (Hardcover)
My parents bought me this book for Christmas. I've been a massive Murray fan and have followed his career closely, the highs and lows and this book is a must have the fans like me. It almost feels rewarding reading this and it is a nice insight into his mindset and who he is.

The book mostly covers the big year from his Wimbledon final defeat through to his successes at the Olympics, the US Open and finally the one we were all hoping for, Wimbledon 2013. He makes a lot of references to his past as a junior on the circuit and a few comments and where in the game it needs improving. Also, he mentions what he might think of doing once he retires. Either way, for a man who some critise for having 'zero personality', it is a wonderful read.

It also has some wonderful photography inside, capturing his career quite nicely.

I would recommend you get it on hardback rather than kindle, something like this is better suited to be read in your hands rather than on a device.
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Initial post: 16 Jan 2014 02:14:33 GMT
Last edited by the author on 16 Jan 2014 02:19:36 GMT
It might be as you write..
I had different feelings whan I read it..
Besides, the book has been written by Neal Harman, the same of Wimbledon 2013.....

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Apr 2014 16:45:21 BDT
British No. 1 Andy Murray`s had recently released a new book documenting his life, as well as his history-making championship at Wimbledon in 2013. His book, "Andy Murray: Wimbledon Champion" is now available in paperback in the United States.
The book is written by by veteran tennis journalist Mark Hodgkinson, who is founder and editor of TheTennisSpace.com and a former tennis correspondent for The Daily Telegraph. In the book, Hodgkinson documents Murray's incredible journey and examines the individuals who have influenced his career, including his family, his coaches, and his girlfriend. Hodgkinson assesses how the Scot has won over a dubious, critical public and how he was shaped into what he always wanted to be - a Wimbledon champion."
stevegtennis.com
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