How much prize money has Andy Murray won?

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How much prize money has former world no 1 Andy Murray won across an incredibly successful career?

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Ahead of this week’s Italian open, Murray was already the fourth-highest prize money-winner in ATP Tour history.

He had banked $63,683,249 on the ATP Tour prior to arriving in Rome.

While Murray walked away from Rome disappointed after a first round loss to Fabio Fognini he still banked prize money of $18,047 for his troubles.

The winnings in Rome will take Andy Murray beyond the $63,700,000 mark.

Murray may not be likely to catch the men ahead of him in the prize money stakes but he is well set up for life after tennis.

Together with his wife Kim, Andy Murray owns Cromlix, a luxury country house hotel in Scotland with the star recently indicating that the couple will be out to take a more active role in the running.

Kim has been taking the lead in revamping the hotel while Andy chases his dreams of another Grand Slam.

After buying the postcard image hotel in 2013, the Murrays left it in the hands of a management firm for ten years but with retirement drawing nearer for the former no 1 the couple assumed direct control of the venue in December of last year.

“This is very much a family affair and I am delighted to be getting involved in overseeing this makeover, selecting wallpapers, toiletries, logos and everything in between, so that Cromlix becomes more reflective of our personal tastes and attitudes,” Kim Murray told The Scottish Sun.

Murray has won 43 ATP Tour-level titles across his career contributing greatly to his total of more than $63 million won.

He earned more than a million dollars per season every term between 2008 and 2017.

Murray’s prize money peak came in 2016 when he won nine titles and bagged $16,349,701 as a reward ending the season as the top earner in a season that also saw him defend his Olympic games gold medal.

In that famous 2016 season, he came agonizingly close to Grand Slam glory in Melbourne and Paris before an emotional second Wimbledon title.

Murray has not won an ATP Tour title since 2019 but has contested championship matches in both 2022 and 2023.

The Scot spent in total 41 consecutive weeks as ATP world No 1, from 7 November 2016 to 20 August 2017.

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