Andy Murray is like marmite; you love him or loathe him. I fall into the first group as I admire his dedication, his skill and the fact that he has not joined the shallow world of celebrity. This book is an honest and almost humble record of how Andy achieved his goal of winning Wimbledon. It contains some wonderful photographs and is something that real fans will treasure. I love it. It is disappointing that some of the reviews and discussions speak in such disparaging terms of "the Scot". Andy has achieved greatness through his US win, his Olympic win and Wimbledon yet so many English people dislike him because of a light hearted comment made many years ago. Maybe if they read the book properly they would rethink.
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