The world no.1 is going through some tough times due to his hip injury that leads to his withdrawal from Rogers Cup & Cincinnati masters.
The world No 1 has been through every possible emotion. He is all too familiar with losing in major finals too – five times in Australia, once in New York (2008) and at his beloved All England Club in 2012.
But the champ will be back no matter whatsoever the situation is, let’s take a look at the Murray’s magical Best moments from his career – US Open junior champion in 2004 to the ‘King of New York’ and Olympic gold back-to-back and then the ultimate dream of winning Wimbledon – not once, but twice.
1. Olympics 2012 & 2016
Murray had never beaten old nemesis Roger Federer in a best-of-five-sets match going into the gold medal contest at the 2012 London Olympics.
Only 28 days earlier, the Swiss had stopped the Scot from becoming Britain’s first male Wimbledon champion for 76 years. In front of a partisan Centre Court crowd Murray showed immense focus to claim a memorable 6-2 6-1 6-4 victory.
Murray fittingly described this victory as the biggest in his career and after his win admitted that athlete Mo Farah had given him the motivation he needed to win gold after his amazing victory in the 10,000m.
2. Wimbledon 2013 & 2016
Murray ended Britain’s 77-year wait for a men’s singles champion after defeating Djokovic 6-4 7-5 6-4 just 12 months after being denied his maiden major in London.
The 26-year-olds were playing each other in a Grand Slam final for the third time in the previous four majors, with Murray winning at Flushing Meadows and Djokovic taking the 2013 Australian Open five months prior to Wimbledon.
He had to wait three years to repeat the feat with a hard-fought 6-4 7-6 (7-3) 7-6 (7-2) success over Canadian sixth seed Milos Raonic.
By nullifying Raonic’s power, Murray became the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon singles titles since Fred Perry in 1935.