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Australian Open veteran Andy Murray rolled back the years with another magical performance in Melbourne in the 2023 first round.

Murray prevailed 6-3 6-3 4-6 6-7 (7-9) 7-6 (10-6) to dispatch 13th seed Matteo Berrettini, the first time the 35-year-old has beaten a top-20 player at a grand slam since undergoing hip resurfacing surgery in January 2019.

Murray still holds plenty of high stock and monetary value on account of his career exploits. One of the most cherished national heroes that Scotland has ever had, his fans will be desperate for him to somehow produce another memorable run at Melbourne Park.

The Sporting News takes a look at just how much money the 35-year-old has made so far since bursting onto the professional scene back in 2005. 

Andy Murray net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Murray is worth an estimated $100 million (£81.35 million).

Being a relative veteran of the court at 35, his performances across the years in Grand Slam, ATP and Olympic tournaments amongst others have propelled him to become the ninth wealthiest tennis player of all time, which is largely owing to his on-field performances and various endorsement deals with different brands such as Jaguar, Amazon Prime Video and American Express. 

At his peak, Murray was ranked at number one in the ATP rankings for 41 weeks straight, showing remarkable levels of consistency throughout his reign of former supremacy. 

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Andy Murray career earnings

Combining on-court and off-court activity in the past few years, Murray makes anywhere between $10m-$15 million per annum across the calendar. Roughly, around $5 million (£4.07 million) per year comes from being on the court, whilst the rest will be distributed through various sponsorship and endorsement agreements. 

In total, his earnings on the court factoring in his whole career have amounted to around $62.9 million (£53.5 million). Only Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal exceed Murray in terms of take-home pay in the history of male tennis. 

In 2013, the Scot was rumoured to have earned around $35 million (£28.5 million) in the calendar year, in a combination of winning his first Wimbledon title and endorsement deals with the likes of Adidas, Bank of Scotland, and Head Rackets.

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Andy Murray’s social media following

Murray has an incredible social media following, with 1.8 million on Instagram and 3.5 million on Twitter. 

He is the eighth-most followed tennis player on Instagram, whilst pitches in at fifth with regards to his flock of fans on Twitter. Facebook is another area where the Scottish hero is able to flex his social media muscles, ranking fifth by having 3.6 million followers. 

He is known for his deliberately dry but comical sense of humor on social media from time to time, which has endeared him to fans on a personal level beyond his excellent ability with a tennis racket. 

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