Andy Murray countdown to 800-career match wins: How many matches have Murray won after latest success?

Shahida Jacobs
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Andy Murray has set himself a target of achieving 800-career match wins before he retires from tennis and Tennis365 will keep you up to date to how close he is to said goal.

After his fine run at the Qatar Open where he finished runner-up, Murray was asked about his goals and he replied: “I still have ambitions of winning tournaments and having deep runs in major events, you know, winning a certain number of matches in my career.

“I’d like to try to get to 800 match wins, which, I don’t know, I think I’m like 75 away from that.”

It was a good guess from Murray as he was 77 wins away from the magical 800 at the time, but he has picked up a few wins since then.

As previously suggested, if he continues to win about 25 matches per season then he should reach his milestone in the next couple of years.

So without further ado, here is the official Andy Murray countdown to 800 match wins and we will update it regularly.

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In case you wanted some more statistics, if Murray does get to 800-career match wins then he will slot in at No 4 as it will put him behind Big Three of Roger Federer (1,251), Rafael Nadal (1,068) and Novak Djokovic (1,043).

Top 10 players with the most ATP Tour match wins

1. Roger Federer Switzerland 1,251
2. Rafael Nadal Spain 1,068
3. Novak Djokovic Serbia 1,043
4. Andre Agassi United States 735
5. Pete Sampras United States 734
5. David Ferrer Spain 734
7. Andy Murray United Kingdom 725
8. Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 640
9. Lleyton Hewitt Australia 616
10. Andy Roddick United States 612

If you want to go further back to the Open Era, Murray is currently in 16th place on the all-time list which is headlined by Jimmy Connors and 1,274 career wins.

The American is followed by Roger Federer while Ivan Lendl and Nadal are tied third on 1,068 match wins with Djokovic, of course, not too far behind.

Guillermo Vilas (951), Ilie Năstase (908), John McEnroe (883), Andre Agassi (870), Stefan Edberg (801), Arthur Ashe (799), Stan Smith (779), Pete Sampras (762), David Ferrer (734) and Manuel Orantes (724) are also ahead of Murray.

What about the number of matches the three-time Grand Slam winner has played in his professional career? He is just 40 matches shy of 1,000 career-matches played as he is currently on 961 matches.

Where does he sit in the list of top 10 matches played on the ATP Tour? He comes in at No 9, but getting to the magical 1,000 mark could see him move up a few places although a few other players on the list a still playing.

Top 10 players with the most ATP Tour matches played

1. Roger Federer Switzerland 1,526
2. Rafael Nadal Spain 1,288
3. Novak Djokovic Serbia 1,253
4. David Ferrer Spain 1,111
5. Fernando Verdasco Spain 1,004
6. Feliciano López Spain 991
7. Tomas Berdych Czech Republic 982
8. Richard Gasquet France 964
9. Andy Murray Great Britain 961
10. Andre Agassi United States 956

Nadal, Federer, Verdasco, Lopez and Gasquet are the active players on the list.

As for the top-10 matches played during the Open Era, Connors tops the charts with an incredible 1,557 matches played and he is followed by Federer, Ivan Lendl (1,310), Nadal, Djokovic, Vilas (1,248), Nastase (1,242), Agassi (1,144), Ferrer and Smith (1,084).

Murray should get to 1,000 matches played early next year, but he will probably need to play another two seasons if he is to crack the top 10.

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