Andy’s mum, Judy, was briefly a professional player herself. She is one of the country’s top coaches and taught both Andy and brother Jamie as juniors. She is now the captain of Britain’s Fed Cup team and can be seen encouraging for her sons from the players’ box.
As firm a fixture in the player’s box as Tim Henman's dad once was, Kim is Andy’s girlfriend of seven years. She is the daughter of former Lawn Tennis Association head of women’s tennis Nigel Sears and was once described by Judy Murray as “the best thing to happen to Andy”.
After a long search for a permanent coach following his split from Miles Maclagan, Murray turned to eight-time grand slam winner Lendl at the start of 2012. A cool head, Czech-born Lendl has sharpened the Murray game and mind. Shows almost no emotion during the Scot’s matches.
Not as prominent as Judy, Andy’s dad juggles running a chain of newsagents in Scotland with following his son around the world.
Green is Murray’s fitness coach and widely credited for turning him from a skinny youngster to a bulked-up athlete. He puts Murray through a punishing fitness regime, and has him on a strict diet that can often include up to 50 pieces of sushi in one meal.
A former singles player himself, Vallverdu has known Murray since they were teenagers. Vallverdu acts as Lendl’s assistant coach and is Murray’s hitting partner.