Sports Personality preview show looks at Murray's 2009
Sports Personality of the Year
Venue: Sheffield Arena Date: Sunday, 13 December Time: 1900 GMT Coverage: Live on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 Live & BBC Sport website.
We will be dedicating a day to one of the top 10 contenders from 2-11 December (in alphabetical order).
Andy Murray once again flew the flag for British tennis in 2009. The 22-year-old had an outstanding year winning six tournaments including two top tier Masters events at Miami and Montreal.
Those wins helped propel him to a career-high ranking of world number two - the highest ever by a British player.
Murray also won a first tournament on home soil at Queen's just before Wimbledon - but his dream of glory at SW19 was ended by Andy Roddick in the semi-finals.
That was his best performance at Wimbledon - and he also enjoyed his best run in the French Open, reaching the quarter-finals.
Murray first began playing tennis at the tender age of three in Dunblane, Scotland.
Despite the fact the youngster developed into a very good footballer too, Murray continued with racket in hand and went to train at the Sanchez Casal academy in Barcelona at the age of 15.
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That experience proved invaluable and soon the wider sporting world began to take notice of the Scot.
He won the 2004 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year as a result of winning the US Open boys title.
Since then the brilliant Briton has won 14 singles titles and appeared in one Grand Slam final.
See a full preview of this year's top 10 on Sports Personality of the Year: The Contenders, BBC One, Wednesday 2 December 2245 GMT
Highlights from Murray's year: