Andy Murray net worth is $70 million
Date of Birth: 15 May, 1987 (Age: 29)
Place of Birth: Glasgow, Scotland
Source of wealth: sport, endorsement
Andy Murray is an extremely talented sportsman, tennis player, who has achieved great results in chosen craft, whose name is familiar not only to fans or critics, but practically to each true Englishman. This all brings him not only fame and moral satisfaction, but also wealth. So,
How much is Andy Murray worth?
Being a successful man may be proud of $70,000,000 metrial state gained mostly from tournaments; however, it can be mentioned he also gets salary from endorsement business, signing the deals with many famous companies. But what were the initial steps and how did it all start?
Born in 1987, he was raised to develop the skills, given him from God blessing. It was parents, who supported him much, trying to organize the routine so, that he could be able to study and work hard on self-improvement. The education he received is firstly Shiller International School, located in Spain, and then Dunblane High School. The studying gave him the basis not only for sport career, but also for life.
Nowadays, Andy Murray is present in the list of the best sportsman in the world, currently being the winner and the runner-up of world-known tournaments. The professional debut occurred in 2003.
Source of wealth:
Tennis: This point is connected with his wins, because practically from each tournament he brought the award. Here can be said Andy is the owner of three Grand Slam Finals. In 2012 he made finals on the Wimbledon tournament, also was given the gold medal, first in his career, on the Olympic Games. The next year brought him much success with the victory, so desired, on the Wimbledon Tournament.
Endorsement: in 2009 the contract was signed with “Adidas”, which should have lasted for five years; the total cost is $30,000.
Except that, Andy appeared as a face for Royal Bank of Scotland, earning $22,000,000.
What property Andy Murray owns?
In 2013 Andy bought Victorian castle near his hometown of Dunblane, Scotland, for about $3 million and made from it a 15-bedroom luxury hotel named CROMLIX HOUSE.
Murray is also a owner of a mansion in Oxshott, Surrey for $8million. There you can find a triple garage, a cinema and a jacuzzi but no tennis court. He moved to it in 2009 after living in apartment in Wandsworth, south London.
In November 2015 the glass-walled 45th floor apartment in Miami was set to the market for $2,990,000 (he bought it for $1.57m in 2008). Still it is not sold.
His first car was Volkswagen Polo which he still has. In 2010 Murray bought Ferrari F430. He revealed in an interview to Mailonline that it was his biggest financial mistake. It wasn’t quite his style.
After that he owned Aston Martin which cost is around $300,000.
In 2015 at Munich Open he won BMW i8 and this year (2016) on Wimbledon he was gifted Jaguar.