Andy Murray's Signed Under Armour Shoes from his Personal and World Tour Finals Collection
This is an exclusive opportunity to own Andy Murray's Under Armour Signed Shoes from his personal collection, the same style as the shoes he wore at ATP World Tour Finals, where he ended the year as World number one.
Murray has had a fantastic year; winning Wimbledon for the second time, defending his Olympic Gold medal and finishing it off by winning the ATP World Tour Finals leaving him as World number one and ending Novak Djokovic's 122 week reign. He is the best tennis player in the world at the moment and this is your opportunity to own a fantastic piece of sporting history.
Andy Murray has been supporting Malaria No More UK since 2009 and he has helped spread the word that our generation has a real shot to end this deadly disease in our lifetimes.
Please note that the main photo was not from ATP World Tour Finals and therefore the shoes worn in the photo are not the same style as the shoes for auction.
Andy Murray has donated this item to support Malaria No More UK
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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.
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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.