Report: Andy Murray's earnings could exceed £100m

Andy Murray celebrates winning a point against Fernando Verdasco during their quarter final match at Wimbledon on July 3, 2013
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Andy Murray could see his sponsorship earnings exceed the £100m mark if he wins Wimbledon, according to a report.

Andy Murray will reportedly earn over £100m in sponsorship deals if he wins Wimbledon.

The world number two faces Novak Djokovic in the final of the tournament this afternoon and the Scot's earnings will rocket should he emerge victorious, according to the Daily Mail.

It has been reported that if Murray does become the first Briton to win the competition since 1936, then his income will see him break into the top 10 of the world's richest sports stars.

Murray is still expected to pocket around £10m for his appearance in today's final regardless of the outcome.

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