Andy Murray is a dominant Retriever. This is by wearing his rivals down that he takes his biggest edge on average and in total 44% of his points are won by their errors. As a complete Retriever, he is also excellent with the special shots like the drop shot, the pass and the touch on shor balls.
Retriever / High
On the forehand side, the way Andy Murray Retrieves is with Punch. It means that he plays his forehand with topspin not so close to the baseline. Althouhg he makes on average 15% less points with his forehand than his rivals, he still can get winners on that side from time to time.
Puncher / Medium
As a complete Retriever, Andy Murray has also developped an Offensive side to his game. 11% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result is in the average of the ATP players. At the net he possesses an excellent hand missing only 22% of his volleys.
Offensive / Medium
On the backhand side, Andy Murray Retrieves with Tempo. It means that he is comfortable taking the ball on the rise close to his baseline and counterpunching. Having one of the best backhand in the world, besides making 30% less errors than them with that shot he also makes 25% more points. His Tempo side also helps him strongly to be ranked among the top returners in the world.
Tempo / Medium
Andy Murray can count on an effective Serve making on average 25% more points with that shot than his rivals. When his first serve is in, 38% of the time it is unreturned and this result is above the average of the ATP players. Being so solid from the back of the court, his Serve come to complete perfectly his game style and gives him a precious edge.