Andy Murray: Net Worth and Prize Money
How much does Andy Murray earn?
Scottish tennis professional Andy Murray is one of the best players in the world with three Grand Slam titles. He was able to win tennis prize money of US $ 62.31 million in his career. However, the prize money was topped up with very lucrative advertising contracts and so it is not surprising that Andy Murray already has an estimated net worth of 88 million euros could build. He didn’t get past superstars like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic, but the Scot will probably not have to worry about money in his life either. In January 2019, he announced that he would have to end his career in the same year due to ongoing health problems.
The supplier or Andy Murray’s main sponsor is Under Armor, who agreed on a 4-year contract for the equivalent of 17 million euros at the end of 2014. Before that, the tennis superstar was under contract with Adidas, where he also received around 17 million euros for his last 5-year contract. Other sponsors include Jaguar, Standard Life and Head. Incidentally, the tennis professional drives an Aston Martin DB9 as a car.
Andy Murray’s career
The young Andy started playing tennis at the age of 3. As the daughter of a tennis teacher, he was probably born with that. But his brother Jamie also became a professional tennis player, but as a doubles player. Both played several tournaments together as a double team and even won two tournaments.
In 2005 Murray officially became a professional tennis player and in 2006 he won his first 250 ATP tournament in San Jose, which he was even able to defend the following year. He won several ATP tournaments until he was crowned winner of the London Olympics in 2012. After several strong placings and finals in major tournaments, however, it should also be until 2012 until his first Grand Slam title. In the final of the US Open, he was able to beat Novak Djokovic and take home the first big title.
2-time Wimbledon winner
In 2013 Andy Murray won the prestigious Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament and was finally able to enter the tennis history books. But only 3 years later (2016) he was able to convince again at Wimbledon and win the title for the second time in the final against Raonic. He increased it to 3 Grand Slam career titles.
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