Andy Murray Scores Wimbledon Victory in a Crisp Tennis Kit That Includes Under Armour Sneakers

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Andy Murray is back.

On Monday, the British tennis player won his first singles match at Wimbledon since 2017 when he beat out Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili with a 6-4, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 final score.

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For the triumph, Murray hit the court in his crisp white AMC kit, which he designed in partnership with clothing brand Catstore. Called the AMC Wimbledon kit, the ensemble includes a white polo shirt that features a bold red trim at the collar and sleeves. The look also features a coordinating hat, sweat bands and shorts.

Of the kit, Murray said on instagram: “Designed with performance and sustainability at its core, I’m pleased to introduce you to my #AMC Wimbledon kit.”

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As for footwear, Murray opted for shoes he designed with Under Armour. The off-white colored kicks feature a two-way stretch synthetic material around the upper and a speckled foam sole. The shoes are then finalized with an “AM” logo at the tongue.

Andy Murray’s Under Armour shoes at Wimbledon 2021. - Credit: MEGA
Andy Murray’s Under Armour shoes at Wimbledon 2021. - Credit: MEGA

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The silhouette was designed in 2015. While Murray’s shoes are not available online, the sportswear brand offers an array of equally durable silhouettes at UnderArmour.com.

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Under Armour signed Murray in 2014, with Murray expressing in a statement: “I am very honored and excited to be joining Team Under Armour and to help them tell their story globally. They are committed to providing innovative apparel, accessories and footwear, with an unmatched focus on training and performance.”

Murray is a two-time Wimbledon champion, winning first in 2013 and again in 2015. Of Monday’s victory, Murray shared: “It’s amazing to be back out here playing again.”

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