Under Armour Tennis Shoes Signed by the Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray
This auction is for a pair of grey Under Armour tennis shoes that have been signed by Andy Murray.
Murray was victorious at Wimbledon this year, beating the Canadian player Milos Raonic (6-4, 7-6, 7-6) to win his second Wimbledon title 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.
The shoes come with a letter from Andy Murray's management team stating that they have been signed by Andy Murray himself.
- Grey Under Armour clutchfit tennis shoes
- Size 11
- Left shoe signed by Andy Murray
This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of sporting history: the shirt the British champion wore while winning his second Wimbledon title.
Andy Murray has been supporting Malaria No More UK since 2009 and by proudly displaying the logo on his sleeve, he was helping spread the word that our generation has a real shot to end this deadly disease in our lifetimes.
Andy Murray has donated this item to support Malaria No More UK
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