Tennis superstar Andy Murray has invested into an Estonian financial technology company. The 30-year-old has made multiple investments into UK companies in recent years. The latest company to be funded by Murray is Investly.
Siim Maivel, the Investly founder, said that the Scot's investment into Investly is a "great recognition" for the team of his company. Meanwhile, Murray continues to recover from a hip surgery. The 30-year-old has yet to play an ATP event since Wimbledon.
The former world No. 1 tried to return at the beginning of this season but ended up on the surgery table. The latest reports suggest that Murray's recovery process is going well. The three-time Grand Slam champion Murray is hoping to be ready for the grass-court season.
Some of the latest reports suggested that Murray could play a Challenger event before the ATP 500 tournament at the Queen's Club. The Queen's event starts on 18 June. Also read: Bernard Tomic keeps it real: 'I'm buying everything on Gold Coast'