As a person, Andy Murray sometimes splits the crowd, however, as a tennis player, there is very little to debate, he's brilliant. The Scotsman’s tennis career is continuing to change, as he battles injury and age (one would only be considered ageing at 35 in the professional sporting world!), however his career is not over yet.
espite his brief retirement in 2019, in a conversation with Sky News, Murray explained, “I want to try and win tournaments again. That's one of the reasons why I'm still playing, because I believe I can still do that”.
He also has a lengthy list of achievements to speak of; many that have earned the former world number 1 a huge amount of wealth.
Murray achieved the world number one ranking at the end of 2016 after defeating the now seemingly unbeatable Novak Djokovic at the ATP finals.
So, how do you put a price on being classed the best in the world at what you do?
Here is what we know about Andy Murray’s net worth in 2022:
Andy Murray’s net worth in 2022 is a staggering $165 million. He has accrued much of this wealth through his impressive tennis accolades, including winning three Grand Slam titles.
An important moment in Murray’s career was when he won his first Wimbledon championship in 2013, having lost in the final the previous year and basically crushed the dreams of every British tennis fan.
Prior to Murray, British fans lay their hopes for British success in a Grand Slam on Tim Henman, who only ever got as far as the Semi Final. Due to this disappointing legacy of British tennis players, Murray’s win brought huge triumph to the crowd at Wimbledon.
His Wimbledon championship not only gave him the pride of winning, but he also took home an enormous, £1.6 million.
The Scot is currently World number 65, which remains impressive considering his hip injury in 2018 that threw him off of his stride.
Murray still has dreams of winning tournaments again and with his exceptional skill, I wouldn’t rule anything out.