Andy Murray net worth: Scottish professional tennis player and the current world No. 3, Andy Murray has a net worth of $85 million.
Born Andrew Barron Murray on May 15, 1987, Andy Murray had a deep interest in tennis since his childhood. Having started playing tennis at the age of three, Murray took part in several tennis tournaments when he was five and at eight, he was already playing league tennis.
Murray is considered to be one of the most consistent players in tennis history, having reached at least the quarter-finals of all Grand Slam Tournaments he participated in since 2011. Murray rose to prominence after winning the US Open 2004 and was ranked British No. 1 in just two years after 2006 replacing Tim Henman. He got in the list of top 10 best tennis players by 2007 and peaked to a career ranking of No. 2 in 2009.
Murray’s best ever victory comes against Roger Federer in 2012 Olympic Games, where he won in straight sets to win gold in the men’s singles finals. He also became the first ever British player to win a tennis Grand Slam singles tournament since 1977 when he won the 2012 US Open.
This 2013 Wimbledon Champion is the only man in history to have won the Olympic Gold and US open in the same year. This also made him the 2013 BBC Sports Personality of the Year and he saw several fortunes flow in. Together with his success in tennis, Murray has been able to win over $40 million in prize money through his gameplay until 2015.
This amazing star has also endorsed several international brands like Adidas, Under Armour, Rado, to name some from which he has garnered over $50 million of wealth. Murray lives in a $2 million worth Cromlix House which later was turned into a five star hotel in 2015.
Andy Murray is married to Kim Sears, daughter of player-turned-coach Nigel Sears and lives a lavishing life with a net worth of $85 million.
Quick Facts about Andy Murray
Full Name: Andrew Barron Murray
Profession: Tennis Player
Height: 6′ 3″ (1.90 m)
Weight: 190 lbs (85 kg)
Date of Birth: 15 May 1987
Place of Birth: Glasgow, Scotland
Education: Dunblane High School
Marital status: Married (Kim Sears)