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Sir Andy Murray OBE is arguably one of the most celebrated and respected tennis players in the history of tennis, especially in Great Britain. He is a source of immense pride both in native Scotland and throughout the UK – reviving a love for tennis nationwide.
Murray started playing tennis aged three with mum Judy, who took him to their local tennis courts to practice. By age five he was competing in professional tournaments – and at eight he played against adults in the Central District Tennis League. At the age of ten his parents split up, and whilst he lived with his father his mother continued to coach and mentor him in tennis. Later he moved to Barcelona to study at the Schiller International School and trained at the Sanchez-Casal Academy, coached by Pato Alvarez.
Murray is described by many of his peers and colleagues as ‘unbelievably competitive’ – a personality trait that developed within him at a very early age. Throughout his career it has served him incredibly well – initially enabling him to turn professional in 2005 after a run of wins in junior tennis. By 2006 he had clinched his very first title – a mere glimpse of what was to come for the young Scottish tennis prodigy.
To date he has nine Grand Slam titles to his name – including two Wimbledon wins and five Australian Open successes. Murray has been ranked number one seed according to the ATP – as well as breaking several records. In 2012 he became the first British player to win the US Open since Fred Perry. He is also the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles since Fred Perry, who did so in 1936. He is known worldwide which is why signed Andy Murray memorabilia is so popular.
Here at Firma Stella you’ll find a treasure trove of signed Andy Murray rackets, balls, caps, shirts, visors and other memorabilia. Commemorate the three-time Grand Slam champion and Olympic medallist with our autographed Andy Murray collection. All items are supplied with a certificate of authenticity and 100% authentic Andy Murray autograph.