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Andy Murray Earnings 2019 Sponsors Salary per Year

Murray has earned enough respect and fame in his profession. He has won Grand Slam tournament for three times as well as the enrolled Olympic champion for two times. He is also entitled Davis Cup champion. Ten years ago, he was positioned at number one. After this, he was listed in the top ranking by the ATP. Besides all these titles, he has set many other records too. By looking at his successful career, no one will deny the fact that he is the richest tennis player.  He has earned a lot from the prize money too.

In addition, he is also chosen by several international companies for advertisements. It is believed that his major source of income is endorsements and tennis. Further current 2019 earnings details of Andy Murray are here that includes sponsors as well his salary per year.

According to the Resources

  • Net Worth= $ 60 Million

Annual Earnings= $ 24 M

Further, these are integrating

  • Salary per year in 2019: $9 M

Sponsors Income: $14 M

Currently, he has signed the number of big deal with popular brands that include

  • Highland Spring
  • Head Rackets 
  • Shiatzy Chen
  • Under Armor

Recently, he is also paid by blue-chip sponsors like Standard Life and Jaguar. He is also serving as the brand ambassador of Royal Bank of Scotland. In past, he was also associated with Adidas but now he is wearing Under Armor.

World’s top tennis player was born in Glasgow. He was born into a supportive family. From childhood days, he is surrounded by brilliant people as he has an elder brother, is also a great tennis star. He was raised by his parents in Dunblane, where he received his primary education.

Andy Murray

Early Life: Murray dreams of becoming a famous tennis player since 3. At 5, he played his first competitive tournament. When he turned into 8, he started competing against the age fellows at the District Tennis League. After some time, he traded to Barcelona and attended the International School. During school, he trained himself on the play courts. He stated during his stay at Barcelona, his parents faced the very toughest time as they had to pick up his expenses.  But he was very focused in his game.

Eventually, eleven years ago he turned professional and his tall height helped him a lot in this career. Furthermore, his hitting power lets him manage to reach among two leading tennis players who had beaten top players in semis and finals. Years later he was enrolled at the seventh place in the Open Era to successfully arrive at semifinals of Grand Slam four tournaments in one year.

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