Sir Andy Murray, who is known for excellent tennis skills and never give up attitude. He has achieved many great things in his career so far. Briton has often honored by someone for his achievements. However, He recalled that the proudest moment in his professional tennis career.
While Murray won his first singles gold medal and doubles silver medal in the 2012 London Olympic Games, he was chosen to carry the flag for Great Britain at Rio 2016 Olympic opening ceremony. Additionally, the British star claimed his second singles Gold medal later on the same.
In the recent interview with Pridelife, Murray answered when he was asked which achievement would give you the most pleasure? He said, “On the court, it’s difficult to pick between an Olympic gold medal and Wimbledon. Off the court, I loved carrying the flag at the Olympic Games(Rio 2016). That’s something I never expected to be able to do. It was a real honor. I was very proud.”
“Playing at Wimbledon Is Very Stressful”- Andy Murray
Even though Murray became a champion in 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon, the 33-years-old has not played since 2018 due to injuries. He reached the quarterfinals in the 2017 SW19 Grand Slam event.
Murray, answering the question of what he would and wouldn’t miss about the Championships, said, “Playing at Wimbledon is very stressful. But I enjoy that. It means that you care about the work you do. I won’t miss the attention off the court, the headlines, the TV. But playing in front of big crowds, I’ve really missed that for the last couple of years, what with the injuries and stuff.”
Former world number one Murray made his comeback at the 2020 US Open series last month, while he is now looking forward to playing at French Open later this month. Additionally, the FFT officials have already sent an invitation to Briton, and the main draw will begin on 27th September.