In 1996, a mere 8-year-old Andy Murray on Dunblane Primary School in the home country, Scotland. He would prove to be one of our generation's greatest tennis champions and a british folk hero.
But the day 13 years ago could have changed.
The 13. march 1996 entered the 43-year-old Thomas Hamilton entered a kindergarten class at the school, armed with four guns and 743 cartridges.
He opened fire and killed 16 school children in the five children and their teacher before he committed suicide.
Andy Murray has previously spoken summary of the terrible experience. The same with his mother, Judy Murray.
It tells the Andy Murray for the first time in the Amazon the documentary 'Andy Murray: the Resurfacing', writes news.com.au.
Here he explains, to Thomas Hamilton, who stood for a youth club after school and taught the young boys gymnastisk, he knew the part to.
"I am sure that for various reasons are difficult for everyone, there were children there. The fact is that we knew the guy, we went in his youth, he has been in our car, we've driven him places and put him of at the train stations and such," says Andy Murray in the documentary.
the Words should Andy Murray have recorded on the instructor, Olivia Cappuccinis, telefonforsvarer, as he would not be able to interview face to face about the experience.
Anyway feel Andy Murray is convinced of exactly the situation helped him on with tennisdrømmen already at that time.
"My feelings for tennis is that it sometimes is a way out for me. For all of the things is something I've let pile up."Updated Date: 28 November 2019, 06:00