Murray prefers winning Grand Slams over money
Although new Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray has been flooded with sponsor requests for endorsing new products since his historic victory, the Scot has said that he is focused on winning more Grand Slams and not money.
According to the Mirror, Murray said the chances of seeing him on TV advertisements for pizza or cereals were slim and he would not let anything get in the way of his training blocks.
The Scot said that he was confident that more things would come after winning Wimbledon.
The report also said that Murray is likely to play in the lucrative Indian Premier Tennis League, which is set to begin in December 2014 and will see teams playing several matches across a number of cities in Asia. (ANI)
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