At an emotional press conference in Australia, a tearful Andy Murray announced that he planned to retire after Wimbledon this year, but admitted that his persistent hip injury is causing him so much pain that he might not make it past the Australian Open. The former world number one, regardless of what happens between now and the summer, has had an amazing career. In many previous generations, Murray would have been in a class of his own but he’s come through in an era that featured three other truly elite-level tennis players in their own right, in Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. It is a testament to how good Murray is that he was able to keep pace with and, at times, surpass those all-time greats. It was not all plain sailing for the Brit in his rise to prominence though. To show this, we’ve taken a look back at how he elevated through the ranks with his most memorable matches.