Andrew Barron Murray is a Scottish professional player of tennis, who represents Great Britain in the game. He has an whopping net worth of US$100 million.
He currently lives in a luxurious Mansion in Oxshott, Surrey which cost around US$5.88 million when he bought it in 2009. His US$60 million in prize money ranks fourth all-time.
Andy Murray's salary
In the year of 2017, his salary from the game is US$14.8 million, whereas his income from his various endorsements is US$14 million. Forbes placed him on 40th place of the world’s richest athletes. He surpassed American tennis star Serena Williams whose earnings for the same year is US$27 million.
Murray has a number of endorsement deals which include Under Armour, Standard Life, Head and Rado. In 2016, he also signed a partnership with car manufacturing giant Jaguar. He uses Head racket as part of the contract with Dutch sports and clothing company with same name and appears regularly in its commercials.
His four-year partnership with athletic apparel company Under Armour, worth US$25 million, was began in 2014 after the end of his contract with Adidas. In 2012, Swiss watch manufacturer Rado had stated that Murray will wear its D-Star 200 model as part of the deal.
The 30-year old tennis player has a company named 77 Management which takes care of his business empire and he is the only shareholder of the company.
Several other off-court sources of income
In 2016, Murray sold his Miami flat and made a translucent profit. He owns a stake in crowdfunding platform Seedrs through which he has invested in several start-ups.
Murray also likes to invest his money in property. In 2013, he bought Cromlix House, just outside his hometown of Dunblane and also owns a 19th century luxury boutique hotel. Both the hotels earn a nice amount of money for him and help him to fill his bank accounts.
| Age|| 30|
| Source of wealth|| Tennis|
| Company|| 77 Management|
| Salary|| US$14.8 million|
| Endorsements|| US$14 million|
| Residence|| London, United Kingdom|
| Marital status|| Married|
| Children|| 1|