From his early years, Andy Murray had all the makings of a future star and has again showcased his potential in reaching the final at Wimbledon.
The Dunblane-born British number one tennis player will take on Roger Federer in Sunday's decider at the All England Club, becoming the first Brit to reach the final since 1974.
Our video showcases his rise to the top, from his formative years learning his trade, through to his success in the Junior US Open in 2004 and to his tilt at becoming the first British winner at Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936.
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