Trivia & Net Worth: Scottish professional tennis player Andrew Barron Murray popularly known as Andy Murray was born on 15 May 1987 in Glasgow, Scotland. His maternal grandfather Roy Erskine was also a professional tennis player. His mother Judith Erskine is a Scottish tennis coach and is also the captain of the British Fed Team and his father William Murray is a retired footballer. His parents divorced in 2005. He completed his primary schooling from Dunblane Primary School and later attended the Dublane Higher School. His personal fortune is saod to be over 24 million British sterling pounds which is approximately equal to 37 million dollars.
Andy Murray Relationships and Controversies: In 2005 Andy Murray started dating Kim Sears who is the daughter of former professional tennis player turned coach Nigel Sears who regularly attends his matches. Kim is thrifty by nature and studies at the Burgess Hill School and is a pet portraitist. In 2014 Andy got engaged to Kim after dating for almost 8 years.
Height in m / cm – 1.9 m / 190 cm
Height in Feet – 6 feet 3 inches
Height in Inches – 74.8 inches
Height With Shoes/Heels – 6 feet 4 inches – 6’5″
Weight in 2014 kg and Lbs (Pounds) – 84 kgs / 185 pounds
Andy Murray Biceps Size – 15 inches
Body Size/Physique Measurements – 40 inches (Chest) – 30 inches (Waist)
Birthdate & Age in 2014 – 15th May 1987, 27 years
Eye Color – Blue
Any Murray Shoe Size – 16
Andy Murray Net Worth – Around $37 million Dollars
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Brands and Endorsements: Andy started training for being a professional player from the tender age of 11. In 2004 he was awarded by the BBC the Young Sports Personality of the Year Award. in 2005 while playing in the French Open Junior Slam Category he reached the semifinals and also won the US Open for Junior in 2004.
In 2005 he was ranked 407 and became the youngest British tennis player to have participated in the Davis Cup tournament. By the end of 2005 his rank had improved and he reached the 64th position. At the Beijing Olympics Andy reached an all-time low of his career after being knocked out of the first round itself by Yen-hsun Lu of Taiwan who had a worldwide rank of 77 compared to his peers. In 2008 he also won the Masters Shield title organized in Cincinnati and for the first time qualified for the Masters Cup but lost in the semifinal match. In 2009 he won the Qatar Open Tennis Championship held in the region of Doha after defeating top player Andy Roddick and later won at Rotterdam after defeating Rafael Nodal. The same year he also qualified for the quarterfinals of the French Open but was later defeated in the quarterfinals and also lost the semifinals match at Wimbledon. In 2010 he reached the finals in the Australian Open before being defeated by Roger Federer. The same year he also won the Shanghai Rolex Masters in which he defeated Roger Federer.
In 2011 Andy was defeated in the final match of the Australian Open by Rafael Nadal and later won the Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championship and again won the Shanghai Rolex Masters. In 2013 he won the title of the Wimbledon Championship.
Interesting Fun Facts: His elder brother Jamie Murray is also a tennis player. In 2013 he was awarded the title Officer of the Order of the British Empire by the Queen of England in the New Year’s Honors List for his contribution to Tennis. In 2013 he won the Wimbledon after defeating Serbian player Novak Djokovic and became the first British player who won the title after a period of 77 years. He is also the first British to have won the title while playing in shorts.