The ATP World Tour and its stars celebrate World No. 1 Andy Murray's 30th birthday.

Happy 30th Birthday, Andy Murray

The British World No. 1 turns a milestone age

In honour of Andy Murray's 30th birthday, the ATP World Tour is celebrating by reliving the 30 facts, moments or memories that have made the Brit's tennis career so spectacular.

30 (or older) - The age of four players in the Top 5 of the Emirates ATP Rankings (Djokovic turns 30 on 22 May)
29 - The age when he became the second-oldest World No. 1 (behind Newcombe, 30) in the history of the Emirates ATP Rankings on 7 November 2016
- The number of consecutive matches he won (24 in 2016, 4 in 2017), a career-best
- The number of matches he played at the ATP Finals, where he won his first title in 2016 (d. Djokovic)
26th player to become World No. 1 in the history of the Emirates ATP Rankings (since 23 August 1973)
- The age when he captured his first Grand Slam title at the 2012 US Open (d. Djokovic)
- The number of sets he won in a row, a career-high, in 2016, from the Davis Cup semi-finals, Beijing, Shanghai and Vienna
-9 - His record in fifth sets (won a career-best six in a row from 2015 US Open to 2016 Wimbledon)
- The number of match wins at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Shanghai, where he’s won three titles (2010-11, 2016)
- The number of Masters 1000 finals he has reached (14-7 record)
- The number of consecutive home Davis Cup match wins (20-0) before his first loss to Juan Martin del Potro in the 2016 semi-final
- His age when he first broke into the Top 10 of the Emirates ATP Rankings on 16 April 2007
- The number of consecutive times he reached a Grand Slam quarter-final (or better), a career-best, from 2011 Australian Open to 2015 Wimbledon
- His first year-end Top 20 Emirates ATP Ranking finish in 2006
- The number of match wins at the ATP Finals between 2008-16 (withdrew in 2013)
- His age when he was first based in Barcelona for training (from 15-17)
- The number of Masters 1000 titles to his name
- His Emirates ATP Ranking in 2007 San Jose, where he successfully defended his first ATP World Tour title (d. Karlovic)
- The number of consecutive years he has with at least one ATP World Tour title (2006-2017)
- The amount of career wins he has vs. Novak Djokovic (11-25) and Roger Federer (11-14), the most against his Big Four rivals
th man in Open Era to reach all 4 Grand Slam singles finals
- The number of titles he won in 2016, a career-high, and the number of year-end Top 10 finishes in Emirates ATP Rankings from 2008-2016
- The amount of grass-court titles to his name (5 at Queen’s Club/London, 2 at Wimbledon, 1 at the 2012 Olympics)
- The number of consecutive finals he reached was a career-best in 2016 (from Madrid in May to Cincinnati in August)
- The number of consecutive Top 10 wins, a career-high, from 2016 ATP Finals (5-0) to 2017 Doha semi-finals
- The number of London/Queen’s Club titles to his name, the most of any tournament he’s won in his career
- His Emirates ATP Ranking of his first year-end Top 10 finish in 2008 (also No. 4 in 2009-11, 2013)
- His Grand Slam titles (2012 US Open, 2013 Wimbledon, 2016 Wimbledon)
- The number of ATP World Tour doubles titles he owns, both with older brother Jamie (2010 Valencia, 2011 Tokyo) and Olympic gold medals in 2012 and 2016
st career ATP World Tour title came in San Jose in February 2006 (d. Hewitt, saving two match points)

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