ANDY Murray’s off-court income has doubled to more than £10 million in the last year.
The Wimbledon champion has made the huge sum through a string of lucrative merchandising and sponsorship deals.
The 26-year-old can console himself with an impressive set of results after being knocked out of the US Open in the quarter finals by Stanilas Wawrinka.
Latest accounts for his company show it generated £10,013,196, up from £5.8 million the previous year, and made a profit of £6,371,811 for 2012.
The accounts for 2012 show the company had £7,622,924 in the bank and was owed £2,390,272 by debtors.
The firm also had “tangible assets”, thought to be a property investment portfolio, worth £2.5m but owed nearly £6.4m to unnamed creditors.
The firm’s income is mainly made up of merchandising payments and appearance fees.
It does not include the £19m which he has earned in prize money during his career.
Murray has endorsement deals in place with tennis retailer Head, sportswear firm Adidas, watchmaker Rado Switzerland and the Royal Bank of Scotland.