Andy Murray prepares to take a bite out of his cake while celebrating 500 ATP Tour career wins during the fourth round of the Miami Open on Tuesday (March 31) in Key Biscayne, Fla.
The 27-year-old tennis player told BBC Sport that it was fitting to reach the milestone while in Miami as he does most of his training there.
“I’ve been through quite a lot of pain on that court in the last few years,” he said. “I hope I can use this as motivation to win some more and I hope today’s match wasn’t the last one. There’s different ways of judging the success of someone’s career, but winning 800-900 matches is something that’s happened very rarely and a difficult thing to do – so it gives you something to aim at.”
Congrats to Andy on reaching such an awesome point in his career!