Sir Andy Murray is one of the most popular tennis players in the world. One of the greatest British tennis players of all time, he is also a member of the elusive “Big Four” of tennis. His illustrious career boasts of 3 grand slams, 2 Olympic gold medals as well as the world number ranking in 2016. His immense success on court and his personality off court have also fetched him many lucrative endorsements. On that note, today we look at Andy Murray’s Sponsorships in 2022.
Towards the end of 2018, Murray made the switch from Under Armour to Castore. Castore signed a £8m deal with Murray, with the sponsorship reported to be £1m a year for eight years.
Upon signing on with Castore, the British brand also launched its ‘Andy Murray Castore’ collection, known as the AMC collection, which is the Brit’s official performance apparel partner.
Andy Murray has been using and endorsing the racquets manufactured by Head since his early days. Furthermore, Murray uses the Head Radical Pro racquet and is a common face for the company’s digital and TVC campaigns as well.
In February 2021, organic hydration drink, HALO, roped in Andy Murray as a brand ambassador and an investor. Andy believes in the importance of hydration as a critical part of wellbeing and supports HALO as it disrupts the hydration beverage market.
In September 2019, Andy announced his partnership with TRR Nutrition, a brand of collagen supplements for athletes. He announced the news via his social media handles.
American Express announced its partnership with Andy Murray in 2019 to kick off a multi-year partnership to support fans at Wimbledon.
Swiss watch brand Rado roped in Murray as its brand ambassador in June 2012. Upon signing on as an ambassador, Murray sported the Rado D-Star 200 Automatic. This was also the official timepiece of the Aegon Queens tournament.
After his contract with Adidas got over, Murray signed a four-year deal with American sports equipment and apparel manufacturer Under Armour in a deal worth £25 million. Having switched to Castore for his clothing, Under Armour now only provides his shoes which are exclusively made for him.
Andy Murray was roped in as a brand ambassador of Jaguar in 2016. During the Wimbledon season, the brand did many promotional activities and digital campaigns with Murray, including the #FeelWimbledon campaign as well which was a 360-degree virtual reality tour of the Centre Court, through the eyes of Murray.
The deal was reported to be worth £1.5 million