Andy Murray Wimbledon Champion: The Full and Extraordinary Story Hardcover – 8 Nov 2012
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One of the most entertaining sports books of the year… rich in anecdotes and often funny... a terrific read - Daily Mail
A sympathetic, insightful account - --Scotsman
About the Author
Mark Hodgkinson, the founder and editor of thetennisspace.com, first met Andy Murray when the Scot, then aged 17, was living in a bungalow at an academy outside Barcelona. A former tennis correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, Hodgkinson has written a short television feature about Wimbledon for the BBC, contributes to British GQ, and wrote the tennis features in the official programme for the London 2012 Olympics. During his time at The Daily Telegraph, he helped Judy Murray with the articles and columns which appeared under her name, in addition to his other role at the paper as Boris Becker's 'ghost'. Hodgkinson lives in south-west London with Amy and their daughter Molly.
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I would definitely recommend this book, its a brilliant read,emotional and he as not had it easy, Murry is brilliant.Published on 22 Dec. 2013 by katrina evans
The review name says it all. Someone to make us extremely proud of Britain. Now for the Australian Open in January 2014 and the start of a new year.Published on 22 Dec. 2013 by dottie
It was very interesting to hear about his background. He deserves more support from people who were annoyed about his early behaviour. Read morePublished on 11 Sept. 2013 by E. M. Cutt
I really enjoyed this book and found the reference to other tennis stars very interesting and informative. You really do have to be interested in tennis though to enjoy it!! Read morePublished on 10 Sept. 2013 by Trudie Unsworth
This book is a real page turner. Interesting to read for not only tennis fans, but fans of any sport. Full of anecdotes and stuff we didn't already know about Murray. Read morePublished on 3 Aug. 2013 by M. S. Dowie
Enjoyed the subject
A little repetitive and drawn out
Would have enjoyed additional pictures through story rather than at end
Brilliant book well written and very entertaining. Documents the achievements of a great champion with more slams to come in the future!!Published on 29 July 2013 by Rosemary Shields
interesting read but i feel more could have been included .i expected more after seeing a media interview with andy.Published on 26 July 2013 by saffron