Andy Murray's Signed 2016 Wimbledon Finals Match-Worn Shirt
This auction is for the tennis shirt that the champion Andy Murray wore in the 2016 Wimbledon Final. The shirt has also been signed by Andy Murray.
“I’m proud to donate the T-shirt I wore when I won Wimbledon 2016 to help make malaria no more. We have a real shot at winning the fight against this disease and saving millions of lives. Please bid generously!” - Andy Murray
Murray was victorious in the final, beating the Canadian player Milos Raonic (6-4, 7-6, 7-6) to win his second title at Wimbledon and his third Grand Slam. The final was played on Sunday 10 July on Centre Court at Wimbledon tennis club. It was a fantastic performance from Murray, echoing his form over the two weeks of the competition; he only lost two sets over the whole tournament.
Andy Murray is one of the best tennis players in the world. He is currently number 2 in the ATP rankings and is closing in on the Number 1 spot held by Novak Djokovic.
The shirt has been signed by Andy Murray and it comes beautifully framed in a UV reflective frame. The shirt is also accompanied with a letter from Andy Murray's manager confirming its authenticity.
- White worn tennis shirt with short sleeves
- Made by Under Armour
- Malaria No More logo on the right sleeve
- Signed by Andy Murray
This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of sporting history.
Malaria is an entirely preventable and treatable disease, yet it still kills 438,000 people every year, with the most vulnerable and voiceless - children under 5 and pregnant women, mainly in Africa - most at risk.
Their bold mission is in their name, to make Malaria No More. They are a UK charity determined to end one of the world’s oldest killer diseases and to stop children from dying of malaria. Despite its devastating toll, malaria is preventable and treatable.
Malaria No More UK is tackling malaria head on. They work to inspire others to join them in the fight, help protect millions of lives at risk, and unlock the vital funds needed to do this.
The world has already more than halved global deaths from malaria in the last 15 years, but efforts need to double to beat the disease for good. By inspiring action against malaria in the UK and Europe, and by directly saving lives in Africa, Malaria No More UK is determined to wipe out malaria in our lifetimes.