Andy Murray leaves Under Armour, will end career wearing Castore outfits
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As planned, the four-year deal between Andy Murray and Under Armour ended in late 2018. The British player has now found a new endorsement, Castore, that will give him outfits for on-court and off-court future appearances.
Murray is set to end his career this year, at the upcoming Australian Open or Wimbledon. “As my next kit partnership will potentially be the last one I want to wear the very best products", said Murray. "I've been testing a range of different kit including Castore, the British sportswear brand, and really like their stuff.
I am a fan of the Castore brand and have been following their progress for some time. We have been discussing potential opportunities to work together, and I will be wearing Castore for Australia and remaining on court appearances as I have been so impressed by their quality from my testing in training”.
The co-founder of Castore Tom Beahon said: “We are delighted that Andy has chosen to wear Castore for the Australian Open. The most successful British tennis player in history choosing to wear our products to help his performance is a real privilege and really underscores the superior quality of Castore products.
We create sportswear that helps make athletes perform better and it is fantastic that Andy rates our products so highly.“ Murray will face Roberto Bautista Agut in the Australian Open first round. ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title