Andy Murray, Net Worth, money and More

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Andrew Baron Murray, Britain’s very own tennis player, also known as Andy Murray, was born in Glasgow, Scotland. This young tennis sensation, though has had issues pertaining to his nationality, often refers to himself as the ‘British Winner.’ Andy, who comes from a family with a penchant for sports, with his maternal grandfather being a professional footballer who played reserve team matches for Hibernian and senior football for Stirling Albon, grew up playing soccer and tennis. It is said that he was once offered to play with the Glasgow Rangers, a football club based in Scotland. And did you know that this English whiz is nicknamed Muzcat?



With no beginner’s luck

Murray won his first official match when he was 12 at the Orange Bowl, a prestigious event for junior players. And since then there has been no turning back.  It was in July 2003 that Murray started out on the Challenger and Futures circuit. In his first tournament he reached the quarterfinals of the Manchester challenger, later on winning his first senior title that year at the Galsgow Futures event. Finally in September 2004, he won the Junior US Open and that very year he bagged the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year. As a junior Murray reached as high as No. 6 in the world in 2003 (and No. 8 in doubles). In the 2004-instated combined rankings, Murray reached No. 2 in the world.

In 2004, ranked 312, Murray became the first Scot in the Open Era to reach the third round of the men’s singles tournament at Wimbledon. In the third round, Murray lost to 2002 Wimbledon finalist David Nalbandian. This was followed by series of face-off with major tennis players, such as, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Roddick and the likes.

This year, he managed to reach the finals of the Australian Open, make a decent entry into the US Open and owned the Wimbledon2013 title. With 28 Career titles in Singles including two Grand Slam titles, an Olympic Gold Medal in Singles and Silver in Doubles, this young has surely taken the English by surprise.


The big bucks


It is estimated that Murray netted a mighty £6.4 million in off-court earnings last year. Murray’s endorsem roughly add up to $9.5 million and counting. Murray’s career earnings stand at £32m, according to the most recent Sunday Times rich list, he has just made another £1.6m for winning Wimbledon and has pocketed £6.4m in sponsorship, merchandising and appearance fees over the past 12 months alone. Murray already has a £15million five-year deal with Adidas, as well as lucrative contracts with Royal Bank of Scotland, Head racquets and Jaguar.



With big bucks come the BIG things


With deals from such big names, one surely can afford the luxury of collecting cars or even mansions. Yes, Murray, happens to own a lot a property than one would have thought. He happens to own a couple of estates worth, well let’s say a fortune, and mansions in England and Scotland. Murray, recently bid the Crimlox House Hotel for £2 million, which apparently sits in 36 acres of landscaped grounds that is a 2,000-acre estate which includes four fishing lochs as well as two mineral springs. Add to that, the property has its own chapel as well as trout loch. And not to forget the £5.45 million house boasting a triple garage, a cinema and a Jacuzzi.

His craze for cars is pretty evident from his collection which range from a Merc Banz GL to a Ferrari to a Porsche Cayenne. It’s not the cars or dream holiday vacations to the Bahamas or Miami that seem to excite him, it’s the video games that do the trick.


He does empathise

Well, one can easily mistake him to be pretty lavish or even call him a spend-thrift, but he puts all such comments to mute with interest in charity and social causes. Murray has been associated with ‘Global Fund,’ which aims to combat AIDS, Tuberculosis as well as Malaria, ‘Make-a-wish Foundation’ which is dedicated to fulfilling wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.


She’s the ‘one’


Coming to his relationships, Andy is the one-woman man. The only girl he’s ever been spotted with is his long term girlfriend Kim Sears. Sears is a 25-year-old artist. She specializes in animal portraits, and shares several of her paintings on her website. Murray revealed on Twitter that their dogs, Maggie and Rusty, were allowed to sleep in bed after his win. If rumours are to be believed, Sears may soon become Mrs. Murray. Fans are speculating that Murray may be ready to propose to Sears now that he’s accomplished his ultimate goal of winning Wimbledon. But when the athlete was asked by reporters if he would be popping the question soon, Murray demurred, “I haven’t thought about that yet.”


Getting to know him

He does come across as rather drab and rigid doesn’t he? Contrary to the whole Britons and their humour, well this is what he has to say about it,

“Contrary to my image, I do have a sense of humour.”

Although some may find it hard to see that side of him, one surely sees his determination and his zeal, and this is what he has to say about it,

“I used to think that losing made you more hungry and determined but after my success at the Olympics and the U.S. Open I realise that winning is the biggest motivation.”


Contributor: Hema Vaishnavi

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