Can Andy Murray finally win a grand slam event? The Olympic gold medalist and Wimbledon finalist meets Novak Djokovic in the US Open final tonight, and is priced at a tempting 2.86 to wrap up a great summer with an even greater trophy.
This year has already seen plenty of Magic Murray Moments, but what else can Muzza be proud of?
We've dug out 10 of the best Muzza Moments, on and off the court. And some might leave you with a very different view of the apparently dour Scot.
We start with Red Nose Day 2011, where Murray is whacked and abused by the youthful cast of BBC show Outnumbered. The first hint that Muzza had a fun side. Sort of.
9. Great Scot!
After winning the Shanghai Rolex Masters in 2012, Murray was awarded his own Terracotta warrior. We think it is supposed to look like him but, erm...
8. Football Mad
Andy Murray is good at tennis yes, but did you know he's not bad at football either? Here he is during a 2008 match with Xavier Malisse showing his keepy-uppy skills.
7. Musical Murray
Did you know Murray is a fan of hip hop and regularly hangs out with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre? Ok that last bit is a lie, but he did record this not-awful parody song once. ONE TIME...TWO TIME!
6. Alcohol Andy
Murray's coach would have been livid with this no doubt, but at the AAMI Kooyoung Classic this year he stopped for a bit of light refreshment during the game.
5. Murray Funnies
Muzza can have a laugh, it seems, with this hilariousamusing video from Sport Relief this year, with the hilariousamusing comedian James Corden.
4. Head Tennis
Murray nearly wrapped up a great year with gold in the mixed doubles at the Olympics with Laura Robson, but the German pair was just too good for the Brits. Probably because Robson kept hitting him in the head with the ball.
Perhaps Murray's funniest moment on the court came during Wimbledon this year when he inadvertedly gave Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a pain downstairs, as well as being a pain in his side during the semi-final win.
2. Cry Me a River
After years of being seen as a grumpy, unemotional man, Murray's relationship with the British public took a huge leap forward when he couldn't hold back the tears after this year's Wimbledon final loss to Roger Federer. He went from being a moody Scot to man of the British people as the tears flowed.
1. Gold! Always Believe In Your Soul!
But Muzza's greatest ever moment - a statement he himself has agreed with - was winning gold at this summer's Olympics, in front of a partisan home crowd. After the tears of Wimbledon it elevated him further in the hearts of the British fans. Aww.
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