From the fear of retirement to the joy of an ATP Tour title, it has been a year of highs and lows for Andy Murray.
Winning an ATP Tour title in 2019 was far beyond the expectations of an emotional Andy Murray.
Andy Murray had surpassed expectations by reaching the European Open final, but went one better with a famous win against Stan Wawrinka.
Denis Shapovalov has reached three Masters Series semi-finals but was without a title at ATP Tour level until Sunday's success in Stockholm.
Major champions Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka have an opportunity to end their long wait for a singles title in Antwerp on Sunday.
Former world number one Andy Murray was pushed all the way by Marius Copil before moving into the last four in Antwerp.
There was another encouraging performance from Andy Murray in Antwerp as he saw the back of eighth seed Pablo Cuevas in straight sets.
Over two years on from his last triumph at Estoril, Pablo Carreno Busta hit form and defeated Alexander Bublik to win the Chengdu Open.
After heading out of the Zhuhai Open at the hands of Alex De Minaur, Andy Murray conceded he struggled to keep up with the intensity.
Lucas Pouille and Nick Kyrgios made first-round exits from the Zhuhai Open, while Denis Shapovalov impressed in Chengdu.