Andy Murray may have missed out on the £2.2 million winner’s jackpot at Wimbledon, but the Scot has made a big windfall off the court after the sale of his luxury apartment in Miami.
Murray’s bid to defend his title in SW19 was ended in the quarter finals by Sam Querrey, after a hip injury hampered the world number one throughout the event.
The setback has left his participation in the US Open later this month in doubt, but he’s clearly been putting his time during the enforced layoff to good use.
Since buying the flat nine years ago, Murray has used it during the winter months to continue training without the British weather intervening.
But it’s clearly not just the lure of the weather and additional training bringing Muzza back year-after-year.
After all, just take a look at the stunning property.
The apartment boasts some stunning Miami sea-views that can be enjoyed from the comfort of a balcony.
On top of the views, the property has four luxury bedrooms, complete with king-size beds.
Murray also integrated a games room into the apartment – complete with pool table.
Also on offer are four luxury bedrooms with king size beds, while Murray had a games room set up including a pool table for when he wasn’t crushing forehands and backhands on a tennis court.
Andy Murray made an estimated £600,000 profit on the Miami apartment
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Murray has been struggling with a hip injury and was limping as he lost to Sam Querrey at Wimbledon. Murray has been undergoing an extensive rehabilitation program and last week posted a video which featured him against a wall.
He’s aiming for a strong performance at the U.S. Open and is scheduled to play warmup events in Montreal and the following week in Cincinnati.