1. Wimbledon final, for obvious reasons. I don't quite see how anyone could think it wasn't a quality match. The ball striking from both men was so clean it was bonker, a lot of the shot-making was superb. Tough conditions and a crowd roaring Andy on, who could ask for more than that. That last game still nearly kills me every time! Djokovic is also highly amusing when he's getting annoyed.
2. The AO semi, just because. Andy could probably have done it in 3, and certainly in four, but never mind. It was worth it to see Federer getting more and more frustrated. Watching him appear to think he was in with a chance before Andy pulled the rug from under him was priceless.
3. The first round at Queen's, Andy against Mahut. Given that Mahut beat Andy at the same stage in 2012, I know there was more than one jittery person about this one, but Andy came through and put a marker down for things to come in more ways than one.
4. Queen's semi final, Andy vs Tsonga. Always a pleasure to watch two of my favourite boys fighting it out. Some lovely shot-making.
5. Queen's final. Because Andy won and Cilic didn't, so there! I know, I'm letting out my inner child
6. French Open Quarter final, Tsonga/Federer. I haven't laughed so much for ages. Tsonga played so well and Federer........
7. Djokovic/Wawrinka, the AO, but I can't remember what round it was! This was definitely the year Stan nailed his colours to the mast big time, and one day I might forgive him for the USO.
8. Quarter final, Wimbledon, Andy vs Verdasco. What a comeback. For me this was the moment I knew it was meant to be. Written in the stars, fate, call it what you like, this match at SW19 was the one where I just knew it was Andy's time.
9. Wimbledon semi final, Djokovic/Delpo. For me this didn't start out particularly special, but it became compulsive viewing.
I can think of at least a couple more, but that will do.