Andy Murray

Andy Murray is a British professional tennis player. He was ranked 1st for 41 consecutive weeks in the ATP singles ranking. Read the article to know Murray’s net worth, salary, earnings, wife, age, and other information.

About Andy Murray:

Murray was raised in Scotland and picked up the game from his mother when he was just three years old. At the beginning of his junior career, he won the Orange Bowl in the same age group. In 2003, he started with Challenger and Futures circuit. He reached the 3rd round at Wimbledon in 2004 and won the US Open of the same year. The following year, he was a semifinalist at the French Open.

In 2005, Murray made his professional debut ranking 407th. He became the youngest Briton competitor at the Davis Cup in his debut year. The following year, he earned his first professional ATP title and became ranked 1st among British players. He then earned his first-ever Masters shield in Cincinnati Open 2008. Murray ascended to 2nd rank worldwide after earning two master titles in 2009.

Within 2010 and 2013 he had a constant good performance showcase. Andy Murray earned his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon in 2013. After two years, he again ascended to rank 2 worldwide in ATP Singles. 2016 was a great year for Murray. That year, he earned his second Wimbledon championship, a gold medal at the Olympics, and reached 1st rank in the ATP Singles ranking. In the following two years, he had a hiatus for injuries and surgery. But soon in 2019, he made a comeback on the tennis court.

The legendary British tennis player currently has 46 titles in his bag. Additionally, he has 3 grand slam singles titles. His win-to-loss ratio is over 75% at present. Murray is ranked 49th in the ATP singles ranking worldwide.

Andy Murray’s Net Worth and Salary:

In 2023, Murray’s net worth is $100 million (£81.35 million). He has accumulated $62,944,611 prize money in his professional career. In 2022, he earned $675,619 from 20 singles wins. He is ranked 4th on ATP’s career money list. Still, the majority of his income comes from his endorsement deals.

Quick Facts:

Full Name Sir Andrew Barron Murray
Nickname Andy Murray
Profession Tennis
Dominant Hand Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Date of Birth 15 May 1987
Place of Birth Glasgow, Scotland
Age 35
Nationality British
Religion Christian
Residence Oxshott, Surrey, England
Professional Debut 2005
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight 181lbs (82 kg)
Net Worth $100 million
Career Earnings $62.9 million
Marital Status Married
Father’s Name William Murray
Mother’s Name Judy Murray
Twitter Handle @andy_murray
Instagram Handle @andymurray

Murray’s Wife:

Andy Murray is married to Kim Sears. Sears is the daughter of former pro and tennis coach, Nigel Sears. Murray and Sears started dating back in 2005. After their engagement in November 2014, they officially married on 11 April 2015. The marriage ceremony was held at Dunblane Cathedral in Surrey, England. However, the reception was held at Cromlix House hotel. They currently have four children, daughters Sophia and Edie, a son Teddie and a fourth child.

Andy Muray and his wife Kim

His Age:

Murray was born on 15 May 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland. At present, he is 35 years old.

His Height and Weight:

The English tennis star is 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) tall and weighs 181lbs (82 kg).

Murray’s Endorsements:

Murray earns around $20 million annually from his major endorsement deals. The list of his contracts includes Castore, Head and Redo, Standard Life, TRR Nutrition, and Jaguar. Under Castore, the player has his own lineup titled “AMC (Andy Murray Castore)”. He also serves as the brand ambassador of HALO, WWF (World Wide Fund). American Express has been currently his major sponsor since 2019. According to Forbes, he was ranked 40th amongst the highest-paid athletes in 2017, earning $28.8 million. Murray is also affiliated with various charity works.

Andy Murray’s stats:

Total Career Titles

Year Tournaments
2019 Antwerp
2017 Dubai
2016 ATP Finals
ATP Masters 1000 Pairs
Vienna
ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai
Beijing
Rio Olympics
Wimbledon
London / Queen’s Club
ATP Masters 1000 Rome
2015 ATP Masters 1000 Canada
London / Queen’s Club
ATP Masters 1000 Madrid
Munich
2014 Valencia
Vienna
Shenzhen
2013 Wimbledon
London / Queen’s Club
ATP Masters 1000 Miami
Brisbane
2012 US Open
London Olympics
Brisbane
2011 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai
Tokyo
Bangkok
ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati
London / Queen’s Club
2010 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai
ATP Masters 1000 Canada
2009 Valencia
ATP Masters 1000 Canada
London / Queen’s Club
ATP Masters 1000 Miami
Rotterdam
Doha
2008 St. Petersburg
ATP Masters 1000 Madrid
ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati
Marseille
Doha
2007 St. Petersburg
San Jose
2006 San Jose

Best of Grand Slam Singles

Event Best Position Year
Australian Open Finalist 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016
French Open Finalist 2016
Wimbledon Winner 2013, 2016
US Open Winner 2012

Best of Grand Slam Doubles

Event Best Position Year
Australian Open 1st Round 2006
French Open 2nd Round 2006
Wimbledon 2nd Round 2019
US Open 2nd Round 2008

ATP Stats: 2022 YTD

Category Stats
Aces 6,203
Double Faults 2,305
1st Serve 58%
1st Serve Points Won 74%
2nd Serve Points Won 52%
Break Points Faced 5,473
Break Points Saved 62%
Service Games Played 11,320
Service Games Won 82%
Total Service Points Won 65%
1st Serve Return Points Won 33%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 55%
Break Points Opportunities 8,021
Break Points Converted 43%
Return Games Played 11,223
Return Games Won 31%
Return Points Won 41%
Total Points Won 53%

Andy Murray Press Conference | 2022 US Open Round 2

FAQ about Andy Murray:

How much is Andy Murray’s Net Worth in 2023?

In 2023, Murray’s net worth is $100 million (£81.35 million).

What are his Career Earnings?

He has earned over $62.9 million in his professional career.

How Old is He?

Murray is currently only 35 years old.

What is Murray’s Height?

He is 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) tall.

How many Grand Slam titles does Murray have?

At present, Murray has 3 grand slam titles.

 

Abdullah Al Hasan writes about various players, especially about their Biography. He is a freelance content writer and a full-time blogger by profession. He also writes on Surprise Sports regularly.

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