By Tennis Week 07/14/2006 Andy Murray made headlines when he knocked two-time Wimbledon finalist Andy Roddick out of the grass-court Grand Slam last month. Murray will hit the shelves when the 2007 Wimbledon concludes. The Random House Group announced today it has acquired the rights to publish Murray's autobiography. Century will publish the autobiography in hard cover two weeks after the end of Wimbledon in the summer of 2007, with an Arrow paperback the following year. "We are absolutely thrilled to be publishing Andy Murray and we are confident that the book will be a huge critical and commercial success," said Mark Booth, Publishing Director of Century. The 19-year-old from Dunblane, Scotland is Great Britain's highest-ranked player at No. 36. The former U.S. Open junior champion scored successive victories over former top-ranked players Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt to claim his first tournament title at San Jose in February. Murray's fiery on-court demeanor, finesse and court sense has made him one of tennis' rising stars as he has surpassed veteran compatriots Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman in the rankings to become British No. 1. The youngest-ever British No. 1 swore at an umpire live on national television, and has earned the praise from another temperamental talent — John McEnroe. "Andy is a great tennis player with a fierce will to win and a personality that this country has rarely seen before and we are looking forward to the telling of his journey so far — and most importantly — in his own words," Murray's ACE Group agent Patricio Apey said. link:http://www.sportsmediainc.net/tennisweek/index.cfm?func=showarticle&newsid=15660&bannerregion= What next??