It may not have been a great year for Andy Murray on the tennis court, but outside of it in terms of business, he has had a lot going for him. The world no. 3's business company, 77 Investments, named as a reference to Murray being the first British man to win the Wimbledon men's singles title after 77 years in 2013, collected £5.4 million in profit (equivalent to about $7 million), according to Scotsman and is now worth £22 million.
The company has several merchandising and sponsorship deals, and also made big investments by managing the Cromlix and Chez Roux hotel in Scotland which have been very profitable recently. Of course, Murray's incredible success in the 2016 tennis season helped him to attract business partners.
This helped his company, but also added to his own earnings as he earned $28.8 million between June 2016 and June 2017 from endorsements, prize money and sponsorship deals. ALSO READ: Victoria Azarenka set to play Fed Cup final .