Andy Murray Net Worth: Endorsements, Lifestyle & Facts

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Andy Murray is undeniably an unforgettable name from the tennis field, with a whopping net worth of $100 million as of 2024. He is a Scottish professional who plays and represents Great Britain. 

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) also ranked him as number one in the world rankings in 2016. To date, Murray has bagged three Grand Slam singles titles and 46 ATP singles titles. 

Andy Murray At The Australian Open 2023
Andy Murray At The Australian Open 2023 (Source: Google Trends)

In 2012, Murray established himself as the first British Grand Slam singles champion since Virginia Wade after defeating Novak Djokovic.

He had his breakthrough in 2016. That same year, Murray became the only player with two Olympic gold medals, that too in singles.

Murray accepted a wildcard entry for the 2023 Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships to join Novak Djokovic.

We will learn more about this British tennis player’s earnings and endorsement deals. But let’s first look at the quick facts table;

Quick Facts 

Full Name Sir Andrew Barron Murray
Date of Birth 15 May 1987
Birth Place Glasgow, Scotland
Nick Name Muzz, Muzza, Muzzard, Muzzcat
Religion Christianity
Nationality Scottish, British 
Ethnicity Mixed (Scottish-English)
Zodiac Sign Taurus 
Age 37 Years Old
Height 6’3″/1.91 m/191 cm
Weight 82 kg/181 lb.
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Measurements  Chest: 40 Inches
Waist: 30 Inches
Biceps: 15 Inches
Father’s Name William Murray
Mother’s Name Judy Murray
Siblings A brother, Jamie Robert Murray
Education Dunblane Primary School
Dunblane High School
Schiller International University
Marital Status Married
Wife Kim Sears
Kids Four children (Name of one child not yet revealed)
Edie Murray, Sophia Olivia Murray & Teddy Barron Murray
Profession Tennis player
Coach Jamie Delgado (2016–present)
Playing style Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Active Years  2005-present
Net Worth $100 Million
Prize Money (career) $63,413,602
Social Media  Instagram, Twitter, Website
Merch  Shoes, Clothing, Book
Last Update June 2024

Earnings & Income 

Murray has a massive pocket of $100 million to lavish upon. Thanks to his hard work! However, as much as he earns, Murray is very concerned with the way he spends. 

To illustrate, he primarily invests his earnings and uses them for a good cause. Most of his investments go to small businesses, which helps him to increase his fortune. 

Among his $100 million fortune, Andy has earned around $64 million just from his prize money in singles and doubles combined.

Andy Kissing His Wimbledon Trophy
Andy Kissing His Wimbledon Trophy (Source: YouTube)

Back in 2016, Andy Murray made $2.5 million just after bagging a single Wimbledon men’s title.

In 2017, Forbes ranked Andy as the number 40 of the World’s Highest-Paid Athletes, as he made $28.8 million.

The rest of the earnings come from endorsements, sponsorships, appearance fees, and bonuses.

Brand Endorsements & Sponsorships 

Indeed, Murray has several endorsement deals under his belt alongside his career, allowing him to add fortunes to his net worth.

Fred Perry, Adidas, Under Armour 

Fred Perry was the very first sponsor for Andy Murray. Murray signed a four-year deal with Under Armour in 2015 worth £15 million ($18.15 million).

Before signing with Under Armour, he was sponsored by Adidas, which was reported to be more than $10.75 million. Later, their five-year agreement came to an end in 2014.

As his contract with UA commenced the following year, his £15 million ($19.1 million) became the most important deal for the athlete. 

Castore

Murray also endorses the brand Castore and dons their premium sportswear during his plays.

Murray stands with the role of board advisor and embodies the Castore ethos of Better Never Stops.

Before the 2023 Australian Open, Castore unveiled its new Melbourne Collection.

Jaguar 

Andy Murray endorses the luxury car brand, Jaguar, and with them, he made new “go electric” cars to honor World Earth Day.

Their first electric Jaguar accelerates at 298 miles/hour (480 km/hr) and portrays a 90 kWh battery. 

Other deals 

For his equipment deals, Murray is devoted to the Head Radical Pro model racquets for his games.

In 2012, Murray signed a $1.2 million deal with the Swiss watch manufacturer Rado and even wore its D-Star 200 model as part of the deal.

Furthermore, Murray has signed contracts with brands like Standard Life and also partnered with TRR nutrition, Amazon Prime Video, American Express, WSB, NHS, WWF-UK, and UNICEF.

77 Sports Management 

Andy Murray, alongside his business advisers Matt Gentry and Gawain Davies, founded this boutique store. Additionally, their firm aims to represent talented athletes all across the nation. 

They have signed numerous players like Ryan Porteous, Aidan McHugh, Katie Swan, Fraser Murray, and Cheriece Hylton, to name a few. 

“It’s something that interests me a lot. I want to work with the best British athletes, whether that’s male or female. Often the people in management companies haven’t played the sport or been athletes themselves, so hopefully, that’s a little extra thing I can add.”
-Andy Murray 

Investments 

Aside from being a businessman, Andy Murray is also a considerable investor and has grown his portfolio exponentially. Initially, when his career started to take off, Murray partnered with Seedrs in 2015. 

Andy involves himself in market study and news for investments.

The British player is primarily interested in investments in health and well-being, nutrition, or dogs. Some of his early assets include companies like Tossed and Landbay.

Not to mention, he invests more in start-up companies across Europe and helps to fund technology-based companies. 

His latest investment was Venture Round – TMRW Sports on October 18, 2022.

Cromlix Hotel

In 2013, Andy Murray bought a luxury hotel Cromlix, situated near Dunblane, and later re-opened it after furnishing it in 2014. Apparently, this place holds a unique history of its own. 

As a matter of fact, it was made back in the 15th century. In 1981, they converted it into a private residence with 15 luxury bedrooms.

It is a lavish five-star hotel in the heart of the Dunblane community managed by Inverlochy Castle Management International. 

Lifestyle

Murray is a British sporting hero who has conquered the tennis world and leads a lavish and happy life alongside his small family.

Workout Routine

Of course, workouts are the key to an athlete’s life. As for Murray, he can even work out for six to seven hours per day and is trained by Jez Green. 

Starting with a quick body warmup, Murray indulges himself in strength training. For it, Murray begins with light weights to stretch his muscles.

Andy During His Workout Sessions
Andy During His Workout Sessions (Source: Instagram)

His cardio workout includes sprints, squats, boxing, box jumps, weighted dip, splits, and running.

Apart from the workout he does in the gym, Murray also focuses on Bikram Yoga. It often lasts an hour to ninety minutes and is performed in a hot room.

He also prefers massage and acupuncture to enhance blood circulation and gain quick relief from his aches. 

Diet Plan 

As a professional player, alongside workouts, diet plays a crucial role in the development of the athlete’s gameplay.

Andy’s diet plan includes a perfect blend of complex carbs and high proteins with healthy fats.

According to Andy, he consumes 6000 calories per day and eats high-protein food items.

He consumes food like peanut butter, yogurt, red meat, green and leafy veggies, and chicken, to name a few. For carbs, he eats rice and pasta. 

Andy has his sorts of fruits and salads listed, while above all, hydration is the key. The British tennis player prefers sushi before his games.

House 

Andy Murray resides in a £5 million ($6.05 million) Surrey mansion, which covers an area of 28 acres. The huge mansion features a long driveway at the entrance surrounded by trees and hedges. 

It is also the same winding driveway where he sometimes plays tennis. Andy bought the mansion in 2016, and it has a vast swimming pool, tennis court, gym, and beautiful garden. 

Andy And His Wife In front of Their Mansion
Andy And His Wife In Front of Their Mansion (Source: New York Post)

The inside of the house consists of a five-bedroom, open-plan kitchen, dining room, massage room, and a courtyard-style garage building.

Murray also has two pet dogs named Maggie May and Rusty. 

Later, it was also reported that Andy Murray had added another house worth £3 million ($3.63 million). However, he plans to rebuild it after demolishing it.

Cars

Andy Murray has bought and featured many cars to date. He loves cars, and often, with his prize money, he adds to his collection. Apparently, his first-ever car was Volkswagen Polo.

As Andy revealed, he can’t part from his foremost car no matter how hard he tries. He got the car right after his driving test at the age of 21.

Andy With His Car
Andy With His Car (Source: The Sun)

Furthermore, Murray bought a bright red Ferrari F430 with his £1.6 million ($1.94 million) prize money after winning the Men’s Singles Trophy at Wimbledon.

However, Andy later sold the car in 2010, stating he was too embarrassed to drive it. 

Following it, Murray bought an Aston Martin DB9. Currently, he drives a Jag XKR after having sponsorship deals with the company. 

“The only other car I have got is a Volkswagen Polo, which is my first car which I have still got. I had it when I passed my test at 21. Because it is my first car, I have kept it – it’s done about 30,000 miles now.”
-Andy Murray 

Books & Racquet

Although Andy Murray does not write many books, he has two books you can find on websites. 

Andy Murray has written a book named ‘Seventy-Seven: My Road to Wimbledon,’ released in November 2013.

As the name suggests, it is about his journey through his career. This book depicts his years and pivotal moments alongside his mental and physical battle to get to the very top.

Moving on to his gaming equipment, Andy Murray used A customized Head PT57A. This racquet does take inspiration from the original Pro Tour 630 model. It has a 16×19 string pattern with a head size of 95 sq. inches.

However, he currently uses Head Radical Pro 2023. The new racket features Graphene 360+.

Vacation

Andy Murray is an avid traveler and often gets to travel for different competitions. He travels all around the best destinations, and to cover up all is like just naming everything.

Murray is a devout athlete who must carry his tennis racquet no matter where he goes on vacations. Indeed, it is his most important part.

According to Andy, his favorite city to travel to is Melbourne due to its diversity. Well, he also loves Vienna for its architectural and historical aspects. 

Help & Charity 

As much as Murray has gained from his surroundings, he has also put effort into giving back to society. To date, he has been involved in various good causes regarding health, education, human rights, poverty, calamities, etc. 

In 2009, Murray launched a charity alongside David Beckham at Wembley Stadium. Similarly, the British player is also the one who founded the Malaria No More UK Leadership Council. 

It is the foundation to fight against malaria, and he has stood as part of its awareness programs to raise funds.

Additionally, Murray was also featured in the Rally Against Cancer, which he created to raise funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.

The kind-hearted Murray even donated his entire prize money from the AEGON Championships to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. 

After the death of Elena Baltacha from liver cancer, he launched the ‘Rally For Bally.’

Furthermore, he launched a game day where he played with Victoria Azarenka, Martina Hingis, Heather Watson, and Jamie to raise funds for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.

The Scottish tennis player won the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award after he donated more than $500k of his prize money towards the UNICEF fund to support children in Ukraine in 2022.

Short Glance On Andy Murray 

Andy Murray is a decorated athlete who refers to himself as Scottish and British. However, Murray has been a strong-willed determinant player and a pure human.

Well, Andy is the recipient of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year award for 2014 and also for 2022.

Also, Murray is a feminist who stands in support of women players and coaches. 

As a tennis player, Murray is best known for his returning serve and constructing points. He stood as the 2016 ATP Player of the Year Award after winning the ITF World Championship.

As of this writing, Murray is number 61 in the world men’s singles ranking. 

Facts About Andy Murray 

  • Andy Murray grew up in Dunblane, and his parents split up when he was just ten years old. Therefore, he grew up with his father while his mother was the one to mentor him. 
  • Andy has a bipartite patella (his kneecap is like two separate bones), which often causes him pain. 
  • Murray is married to Kim Sears, daughter of player-turned-coach Nigel Sears, and together, they share four children.
  • Murray tested positive for COVID-19 in January 2021; thus, he missed his gameplay at the Australian Open.

Quotes

  • “I don’t play in any tournaments to come second best.” 
  • “In tennis, it is not the opponent you fear; it is the failure itself, knowing how near you were but just out of reach.” 
  • “There’s nothing cooler than being woken up by James Bond.”

Social Media Presence

Andy Murray used his social media platforms to keep his fans updated about his games and to promote his brands.

The British athlete is available on Instagram under the handle @andymurray, on Facebook @Andy Murray, Twitter @andy_murray.

Facebook: 3.6m followers

Instagram: 1.9m followers

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Popularity

The three-time Grand Slam winner has earned himself millions of fans from all around the world.

Andy Murray's Popularity Graph
Andy Murray’s Popularity Graph (Source: Google Trends)

The above graph shows fluctuating popularity of Andy Murray based on Google searches in the United States over a year.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

Is Andy Murray retired?

Well, Andy Murray nearly retired once due to his ongoing surgeries in 2018 and 2019. However, he has not retired as of 2023.

What tennis shoes does Andy Murray wear?

Andy Murray wears the off-white colored kicks from Under Armour. It depicts a two-way stretch synthetic material and a speckled foam sole. Furthermore, it also has an “AM” logo on the tongue.

What happened with Andy Murray?

In June 2021, Andy Murray had an arthroscopic hip surgery which was basically a hip resurfacing surgery.

What is Andy Murray's career record?

Andy Murray maintains a career record of 719-235 (75.4%) in singles and 79–78 (50.3%) in doubles.

Rajani Gurung
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