11/09/2012 09:52 | By MSN Sport
The matches that made Andy Murray

The highs and lows of Andy Murray's career to date

The matches that made Murray (© AP Photo-Darron Cummings)
  • The matches that made Murray (© AP Photo-Darron Cummings)
  • US Open 2012 final v Novak Djokovic (© AP Photo-Darron Cummings)
  • 2012 Olympic final v Roger Federer (© Rebecca Naden-PA Wire)
  • 2012 Wimbledon final v Roger Federer (© EMPICS Sport)
  • Australian Open 2012 semi-final v Novak Djokovic (© PA)
  • 2011 US Open semi-final v Rafael Nadal (© PA)
  • 2011 Wimbledon semi-final v Rafal Nadal (© PA)
  • 2011 French Open semi-final v Rafael Nadal (© PA)
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Andy Murray ended his wait for a major singles title, beating defending champion Novak Djokovic in the final of the US Open in a thrilling five-set match at Flushing Meadows.

In his fifth appearance in a Grand Slam final, the Scot held off the Serbian's challenge to become the first Briton to win a major men's singles title since Fred Perry's last major victory 76 years ago.

MSN Sport takes a look at the biggest battles of Andy Murray's career to date.

27/01/2012 03:42
12/09/2012 05:57

well i see that (( someone )) has been let out for the day but he should keep his mouth shut !!!!!!!

well done andy really proud to be a scottish with your achevments

12/09/2012 09:05
Knew you could do it, Andy.  You spit-roasted your Slam Duck and totally deserved the cup, considering Novak Djokovic is such a great opponent.  The sky's the limit.  2012 paves the way for more achievements.
12/09/2012 19:13
well done andy murray on your great win ,we are all proud of you ,keep it up surporter from south wales 
17/09/2012 20:21
well done andy i new you would do it thank you for all your games i watched every game you have played good luck for next season many more cups to come
11/09/2012 20:37
about f..king time maybe he will smile more now , dont think so lol
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