Scottish professional tennis player Andrew Barron Murray, famously known as Andy Murray, was born on May 15, 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland. He is the son of Judith and William Murray. Born with athletic lineage, he is known to be the grandson of the professional tennis player Jamie Murray. While he was attending school at Dunblane High School, he spent time training with the Rangers Football Club at their School of Excellence but later on declined because he realized that his interest lies more on tennis. Moving to Barcelona, Spain, he attended school at the Schiller International School at practiced on clay courts and Sánchez-Casal Academy. In 2004, he successfully won the Junior US Open and became a qualified contestant for the Davis Cup against Austria. Since then, his athletic abilities continued to improve, appearing in different international tennis competitions and winning matches, and eventually becoming a prominent personality in the world of sports.
The tennis superstar regularly works out not just to keep a lean and ripped body but also to boost his stamina and strength. According to his fitness trainer Jez Green, Andy resorts to a fitness training called Complex Training. How is it done? “Do 6 sets of 5 reps of each of the following exercises,” Jez explained. “After the lift (A exercise), go straight into the plyometric move (B exercise) for power without bulk.”
Andy also maintains a diet that improves his muscle condition. A mixture of protein and carbohydrates in a food is what he usually consumes.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 27)
Height: 191 cm | 6 feet, 3 Inches
Weight: 84 kg | 185 lbs
Chest: 107 cm| 42 in
Bicep: 51 cm | 20 in
Waist: 83 cm | 33 in