Andy Murray to Conclude His Career with Castore

Published 01/12/2019, 5:35 PM EST
Andy Murray

The emotional press in Australia informed about Andy Murray’s departure from tennis this year. The 31-year-old Brit, Murray has been bearing chronically the adverse hip pain. He prefers to retire on his domicile land in the SW19 quarter of London. The tennis world paid their tribute to the most successful British tennis player, Murray for his sparkling career. As Murray’s Under Armour sponsorship came to an end in 2018, he confirmed that he would be using the gears by Castore during the Australian Open and also for the tennis matches in future.


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“As my next kit partnership will potentially be my last one I want to wear the very best products. I’ve been testing a range of different kit including Castore, the British sportswear brand, and really like their stuff,” said Murray. “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 was delighted to sponsor Murray. He was overwhelmed by Murray’s compliments for Castore. 

The Briton began his career with the Fred Perry apparels, as his career took off the Scotsman signed a lucrative £30 million sponsorship deal with the German sports brand, Adidas in the year 2009. When his contract with Adidas was concluded and they decided not to continue their sponsorship with Murray, later he was supported the American sports brand, Under Armour in December 2014 which was tentative $25 million worth.

Apart from his sports-wears, he plays with Head rackets. He began with a heavyweight racket at the beginning of his career and after he suffered a wrist injury he switched to a lighter one. Also, Murray endorses the Swiss watch manufacturer, Rado and wear their D-Star 200 model.



Mahalakshmi Murali

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Mahalakshmi Murali joined EssentiallySports in 2018 as a tennis author and has gone on to pen more than 1800 engaging articles, probing into various aspects of the sport and its illustrious players. With her expertise on the sport, Mahalakshmi has interviewed stalwarts from the sport such as Serena WIlliams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou and Kevin Anderson’s physio, Carlos Costa. Equipped with her vast experience and a keen understanding of the sport, Mahalakshmi now co-heads the tennis department.