Great post Aileen and I'll have to get that book!
Got to disagree, Aileen.
Just to take an example, it provides the background knowledge to major injuries/problems that occurred and the effects they had/have on his career - why he joined the tour a couple of years after Djoko - explaining re his bipartite patella; his left ankle injury why he always wears a support; his wrist injury which, I think, has affected his forehand.
Also, the slog of the early pre-tour matches is conveyed; how some matches which he has lost, he saw as positive milestones etc
If you're interested in his career, I don't see how you'd find any of these things 'yawn-making'.
I would say get the book Caz. I think you'll find there's more of interest in it than Aileen suggests.
The book was given to me when it first came out and I have to admit I wasn't as interested in Andy then as I am now after a year on MW, so I gave up on it quite quickly.
Having fished the book out from the depths of a bookcase, I've spent the last hour reading it. Got as far as Judy's harrowing account of the Dunblane massacre, but on having a look through at later parts, I can see where he describes his bi-partite patella, how he thought his tennis career might be over, and how he even tried playing tennis from a wheelchair because he couldn't use his leg; also the freak wrist injury which left him unable to freely generate topspin on his forehand because he was scared to do so (is that perhaps still a problem with him?), and how this injury seems to have been one of the areas where he and Brad Gilbert had quite different opinions, when Gilbert felt he should play and Andy didn't. I see there's also a short piece written by Tim Henman.
I will certainly finish reading it, so humble pie consumed - Caz, the book is called "Hitting Back", it was published by Century in 2008, there's also a sequel to it called "Coming of Age". Both are available online from Amazon ... hardback, paperback, and second-hand.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitting-Back-Autobiography-Andy-Murray/dp/1846051673http://www.amazon.co.uk/Coming-Age-Autobiography-Andy-Murray/dp/0099505657