Tennis Player- Andy Murray's autobiography- "Hitting Back" £6.64 delivered. RRP: £18.99 at WH Smith - HotUKDeals
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Hitting Back by Andy Murray- His autobiography.
For any tennis fans out there, or those who know any who thinks this would be a fab xmas gift.

'With Andy, the sky's the limit...' - John McEnroe. At Wimbledon in 2005, a young, brash Andy Murray came out of nowhere and thrashed star pros Georges Bastl and Radek Stepanek. He took a two-set lead against former finalist David Nalbandian before his dramatic winning run came to a end on the Centre Court. But a legend was born, and Britain had a new sporting hero. Henman Hill was renamed Murray Mound, and Henmania became Andymonium.In 2006, Murray went stellar. Aged just 18 he won his first ATP title at San Jose, California, beating former world no. 1s Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt on the way. In the same month, he deposed Tim Henman to become the British No. 1. By the end of a wonderful year in which he was one of only two players to beat Roger Federer, Murray was no. 17 in the world. But Murray is much more than a truly gifted tennis player and potential grand slam champion. He has changed the face of the British game, blowing away the cobwebs of the All England Club, and dividing opinion with his brash, straight-talking style, anti-establishment rhetoric and on-court anger and passion.A whole new generation of kids are becoming tennis fans. Andy has made tennis cool again, like the days of McEnroe, Borg and Nastase. Here, for the first time, Andy Murray talks in his own words about the long, testing, and often difficult path to superstardom. The boy from Dunblane opens up about dealing with the constant limelight and attention from a media and a general public desperate for a genuine British tennis star, and gives the exclusive lowdown on Wimbledon 2008 as he prepares to launch his bid for grass-court glory. Temperamental, gifted, passionate, fiery: Murray is the dazzling new face of British tennis, and a role model to a whole generation. Andy's story will enthral and excite the entire country.

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#1
Even at this low price i wouldn't buy it, i really don't like this guy's attitude!!!
#2
Don't like him,
He is a git
#3
How old is he? What can he possibly have to say about anything?
Not for me I'm affraid.
#4
Good price if you want to read about what a 21 year old, arrogant, Scottish tennis player thinks about.......well....Scotland and tennis I guess.

I somehow doubt he wrote it either.
#5
'Hitting Back' how ironic, if only he could actually do that consistently with the tennis ball, he might then be able to produce an interesting autobiography which people might buy at full price! :roll:
#6
Cold!
#7
he'll never win wimbledon whilst the likes of Nadal and Federer are around...good luck to him and his book
#8
How can people in their 20's & even their 30's/40's release an autobiograhpy when they havent lived a full life yet?

This is just another cheap cash in to take advantage of those idiots that buy Jordan's continuing autobiographies & other minor celebs/young sportsmen/women's tall stories
#9
I never buy young celebrity autobiographies. Their rich enough and don't need my help.

I suppose Andy could talk about his experience of the Dunblane School Massacre.
#10
I can't stand the guy and I'm Scottish myself. His attitude stinks for someone as lucky as him. He gets to play a sport for a living, travel the world and is worth millions yet he's a miserable git.

I haven't voted hot or cold based on my dislike of the guy since that wouldn't be fair.
#11
burhaan7777
he'll never win wimbledon whilst the likes of Nadal and Federer are around...good luck to him and his book


Did you not notice that he beat Nadal at their last meeting?
#12
©™~UKJEZZA~™©;3138409
Even at this low price i wouldn't buy it, i really don't like this guy's attitude!!!


He may have a bad attitude but i cant fault his taste in football teams:whistling:
#13
Arrogant, pointless little plank, voted cold.
#14
He's a ****
#15
my boyfriend has this book and loves it. I said abotu the same sorta thing to him as you guys when he bought it - "What on earth? The guys only young!?" etc etc......

I don't care for him much as a person either... but I do like watching him play tennis.

(I'm Scottish too)
#16
Totally pointless book.

Though,yes,a well found deal.

I'm fighting the urge to vote cold.
#17
Has this guy got french parents?

Cause he's a complete cu*t.
#18
andysmoore
Has this guy got french parents?

Cause he's a complete cu*t.


You are a loser mate!

Some really nasty and pathetic comments on this thread. If you are a fan it's a good deal so I've voted it hot!!!
#19
delantero


Some really nasty and pathetic comments on this thread. If you are a fan it's a good deal so I've voted it hot!!!


Can't disagree. The whole point surely is to vote whether the deal is hot or cold not whether you like the guy or not. For a book recently released it's a good deal.
#20
I like him but I agree with some of the above comments - why is he releasing a biography when his career is just starting? Maybe in 15 years but not now.
#21
not sure he wants wimbledon,america more likelyand he has shown he can trash federer and nadal
in big competitions!!!!!!!!!
#22
itsnickman3
not sure he wants wimbledon,america more likely..............


which again shows his one and only motive to play tennis... £

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