Retiring Tennis Player Andy Murray Reportedly Has a Massive Net Worth

Andy Murray's net worth is probably much larger than you think.

Elissa Noblitt - Author
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Jul. 23 2024, Updated 4:56 p.m. ET

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Though Scottish tennis star Andy Murray was set to retire this season following a spinal surgery and a doubles defeat and Wimbledon, no one could have predicted it would come so soon. What we thought be would Andy's final match, which was meant to take place alongside doubles partner Emma Raducanu, was ripped away after the latter withdrew from the tournament, citing a wrist injury, according to BBC.

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The controversial choice, which devastated Andy's fans — as well as his mother — has brought his name into the spotlight.

Now that Andy's tennis career is on the brink of coming to an end, the public wants to know more about him. For starters, how much has Andy, who has been playing competitive tennis since he was five years old, earned throughout his career?

Here's what we know.

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Andy Murray's net worth is mind-bogglingly high.

Andy Murray began his professional career in the early 2000s and has gone on to win three Grand Slam singles titles, two at Wimbledon (2013, 2016) and one at the US Open (2012). Among his many other prestigious accomplishments and awards, Andy has also won two gold medals at the Summer Olympics.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Andy has earned a whopping $100 million net worth throughout his career.

Andy Murray

Pro tennis player

Net worth: $100 million

Tennis star Andy Murray began his professional career in 2005, and since then has gone on to win two Olympic gold medals, two Wimbledon Grand Slams, a US Open Grand Slam, and more.

Birth date: May 15, 1987

Birthplace: Glasgow, Scotland

Mother: Judy Murray (née Erskine)

Father: William Murray

Spouse: Kim Sears (m. 2015)

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Andy's colleagues have shared their support following news of his retirement.

During his career, Andy made many famous friends, including fellow tennis stars like Serena and Venus Williams. The former made a heartfelt statement regarding Andy's retirement via a video posted on X. "You always speak out so much for women and everything that women deserve, and you were the leader in that," Serena said of Andy, who is a self-identified feminist.

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"I will always be grateful for the support you gave myself, the support you gave women, and the excitement that you brought and bring to tennis," Serena said. "I will always be cheering for you and rooting you on in whatever you decide to do next."

When did Andy Murray retire?

On July 23, 2024, Andy announced via X (formerly Twitter) that he will officially retire after the 2024 Summer Olympics. "Arrived in Paris for my last ever tennis tournament," he began, tagging the official Olympics X page. He continued, "Competing for [United Kingdom flag] have been by far the most memorable weeks of my career and I’m extremely proud to get do it one final time!"

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The post garnered 57,000 likes and counting, receiving tons of support from fans eager to watch Andy as he closes one of the biggest chapters of his life: his professional tennis career.

The 2024 Olympics kick off on July 26 and run through Aug. 11.

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