Andy Murray is back on the courts of Wimbledon, having last played in the singles tournament in 2017. 

The two-time former champion fought back after years riddled with injury to defeat Nikoloz Basilashvili in the first round of the 2021 tournament. 

With a tight knit team behind him, here are the people supporting Murray at Wimbledon this year. 

Which members of Murray's team sit in the players' box? 

Murray has had a few coaches throughout the years including Ivan Lendl and Amélie Mauresmo. 

Since 2016, the Scottish tennis legend has been coached by Jamie Delgado who holds the male record for playing in the most consecutive Wimbledon tournaments. 

The former professional played at Wimbledon for 23-years in a row before retiring in 2014.

Another long-standing member of team Murray who can be seen in the box is Matt Little, who has been the star's strength and conditioning coach since 2007. 

Little has been credited with helping Murray to develop into one of the strongest and fittest athletes on the tour. 

Joining Delgado and Little is Shane Annun, the long-standing physio who could be seen tying Murray's laces in the documentary, Andy Murray: Resurfacing, which followed his rehabilitation post hip-operation. 

Rounding up the team is Mark Petchey, who coached Murray early on in his career and has remained a close friend. 

The former pro-turned-TV-commentator has rejoined team Murray in an advisory role and recently confirmed that he believed his player was in "very good shape". 

The four men could be seen exchanging fist-bumps in the box before Murray's first-round match against Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili, from which the Scot came out triumphant after a third set scare. 

Who else is supporting Murray at Wimbledon this year?

Murray's family members are no strangers to centre court, with this year's tournament marking his 14th Wimbledon. 

Wife Kim Sears is always on hand to provide her support and this year proves no different.

She could be seen shaking her head as Murray told the crowds he had "gone to the toilet" during the break in his first-round match, before assuring it was "just a number one".  

Mum Judy Murray is also a Murray-match regular and was seen celebrating in the stand as her youngest son progressed to the second round. 

Missing from the family support group were Murray's four young children, the youngest of whom was born earlier this year.