Andrew Barron Murray’s net worth

Andrew Barron Murray

Sir Andrew Barron Murray OBE (born 15 May 1987) is a British professional tennis player. He was ranked world No. 1 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) for 41 weeks and finished as the year-end No. 1 in 2016.

Murray has won three Grand Slam singles titles, two at Wimbledon (2013 and 2016) and one at the US Open (2012), and has reached eleven major finals.

Murray was ranked in the top 10 for all but one month from July 2008 through to October 2017 and was no lower than world No. 4 in eight of the nine year-end rankings during that span. Murray has won 46 ATP Tour singles titles, including 14 Masters 1000 events and two gold medals at the Summer Olympics.

Originally coached by his mother Judy alongside his older brother Jamie, Murray moved to Barcelona at age 15 to train at the Sánchez-Casal Academy.

He began his professional career around the time Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal established themselves as the two dominant players in men’s tennis. Murray had immediate success on the ATP Tour, making his top 10 debut in 2007 at age 19. By 2010, Murray and Novak Djokovic had joined Federer and Nadal in the Big Four, the group of players who dominated men’s tennis during the 2010s.

Murray initially struggled against the rest of the Big Four, losing his first four major finals (three to Federer and one to Djokovic). He made his breakthrough in 2012 by defeating Djokovic to win the US Open, becoming the first British major singles champion since Virginia Wade in 1977, and the first male champion since Fred Perry in 1936. A month earlier, he won the men’s singles gold medal against Federer at the 2012 London Olympics, and a silver medal in mixed doubles.

From 2013 through 2016, Murray reached another six major finals. He won two of these encounters, at Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016. Murray had his career-best season in 2016. During that year, Murray made three major finals, winning Wimbledon. He also defended his title at the 2016 Rio Olympics to become the only player, male or female, to win two Olympic gold medals in singles.

Murray also became world No. 1 for the first time that season and clinched the year-end No. 1 ranking by winning his only Tour Finals title over Djokovic. Since 2016, he has struggled with various injuries and fell out of the top 100 in 2018 due to only seldom playing on tour, though he has since slowly risen back to the top 50.

Murray is an all-court player who excels in particular at defense, returning serve, and constructing points. He is generally regarded as having one of the best and most consistent two-handed backhands on the ATP Tour.

Murray is considered a national hero in the United Kingdom for re-establishing the country as a leading force in men’s tennis for the first time since the early 20th century. He and his brother led the Great Britain Davis Cup team to a title in 2015. Murray has been outspoken as a feminist and became only the second top-10 player in the history of the ATP Tour to have a female coach when he hired Amélie Mauresmo.

As per Celebrity Net Worth, Murray’s net worth is around $100 million.

Being a relative veteran of the court at 35, his performances across the years in Grand Slam, ATP, and Olympic tournaments amongst others have propelled him to become the ninth wealthiest tennis player of all time. The huge number isn’t surprising, considering the prize money earned by him along with timely investments in different business ventures and endorsement deals.

Since tennis players don’t have a fixed paycheck, their income varies from tournament to tournament and depends on how much they win at each event. During his career, Murray has managed to earn upwards of $62 million in prize money, which ranks fourth on the all-time list. Only Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal exceed Murray in terms of take-home pay in the history of male tennis.

From 2009 to 2014, Murray’s apparel sponsor was Adidas. After the end of their contract, he was signed by Under Armor for the same. Murray has inked numerous endorsement deals with Standard Life, Head, and Rado. In 2016, he penned a deal with British car manufacturing giant Jaguar. In 2019, he signed with the tennis apparel brand Castore and also uses their apparel.

Murray has also smartly invested in various business ventures, 30 as of now including Seedrs, a crowdfunding platform.

Murray has been involved in a lot of charitable work right from the start of his career. He is one of the founders of the Malaria No More UK, whose aim is to eradicate malaria in Africa. Make-A-Wish Foundation helps children with terminal illnesses fulfill any dream of theirs. (RED) helps out by donating money to African people affected by HIV/AIDS and has participated in various tennis exhibitions to raise funds for various causes like cancer charities. His mother Judy is also involved in philanthropic work and raises awareness and funds for numerous issues.

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