Dedication time – Andy Murray dedicated his win at January's Brisbane International to his longtime friend Ross Hutchins, who was diagnosed with cancer in the weeks leading up to the tournament.
Treatment time – Hutchins was treated for Hodgkin's lymphoma at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London.
Back on court – Hutchins took to the court during the Rally Against Cancer charity match at June's AEGON Championships at Queen's Club.
Best of friends – Hutchins and Murray both appeared at the Rally Against Cancer, where the Scot donated his $115,000 tournament winner's prize to charity.
Double trouble – The pair played Davis Cup tennis for Great Britain in the doubles after progressing through the junior circuit together.
Olympic champion – Hutchins is a doubles specialist but Murray has risen to No. 2 in the singles rankings. After losing out at Wimbledon to Roger Federer, he gained revenge by winning gold at the 2012 London Olympics.
Grand slam winner – Murray then became the first British man to win a grand slam title since Fred Perry in 1936 after winning last September's U.S. Open following a titanic tussle with Novak Djokovic.
Eyes on the prize – Murray's maiden grand slam triumph came after he squandered a two-set lead before edging out Djokovic in a tense decider.