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Date of Birth
May 15, 1987 (30 years old)
185 lbs (84 kg)
Andy Murray Net Worth: Andy Murray is a Scottish professional tennis player who has a net worth of $100 million dollars. Born May 15, 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland, Andy Murray has been ranked one of the world’s best tennis players since 2007, and is a two-time Grand Slam winner. He lost to Roger Federer at both the 2008 US Open and 2010 Australian Open and lost the 2011 Australian Open to Novak Djokovic. Murray went to Wimbledon finals for the first time in 2012, winning the semifinal against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on July 6, 2012, but lost to longtime rival Roger Federer in the final. Murray avenged the loss at the 2012 Summer Olympics, when he beat Federer and took his first Olympic gold medal, denying Federer his first singles gold medal. At the 2012 US Open, Murray defeated Novak Djokovic in five sets, becoming the first player from Great Britain to win a Grand Slam singles tournament since 1977. In July 2013, Murray won his first Wimbledon men’s singles championship, making history as the first British Wimbledon champ in 77 years and only the second Scottish-born player to take the title since Harold Mahony (1896). Murray’s strengths include groundstrokes with a low error rate, his ability to anticipate and react and his transition from defense to offense with speed, which enables him to hit winners from defensive positions. His playing style has been likened to that of Miloslav Mečíř. Murray also has one of the best two-handed backhands on the tour, with dynamic stroke execution. Over the past several years, Andy has earned between $10 and $15 million per year on and off the court. He typically averages around $5 million per year in on-court earnings.