Your enjoyment of this will be dependent on your interest in Andy Murray, tennis and sport in general. As a documentary, it doesn’t do anything particularly amazing but it’s a good insight into one of Scotland’s greatest ever athletes.
We see the dedication, effort and emotional strength it takes to be an athlete at the elite level and how difficult it is for Murray to face his potential retirement from the sport, especially when it seems like it’s being forced upon him because of his recurring hip injury.
There’s also some small insights into his family life and there’s a brief but poignant moment where Murray discusses the Dunblane massacre in 1996.
Definitely recommended for anyone who has followed Andy Murray’s career up until now. I’m sure there’s more to come from him before he eventually puts away his racket away for good.