Andy Murray made a winning comeback last week at Queen’s where he claimed the doubles title with Feliciano Lopez. The 3-time Grand Slam champion will be back at Wimbledon, as he is set to play alongside Frenchman Pierre Hugues-Herbert. Murray has not played at the All England Club since his quarterfinal loss to Sam Querrey two years ago.

He plans to play the mixed doubles too but has been turned down by recent Roland Garros champion Ash Barty and Kiki Mladenovic, but …. Serena Williams declared herself available to pair up with Murray.

Murray recently signed a contract with British start-up Castore, and will be wearing their Wimbledon product range:

Castore’s Wimbledon collection is available online.

Andy Murray is back in style! 5 months after a tearful press conference in which he said he might never play again because of recurring injuries, Andy Murray made a magnificent comeback at Queen’s last week: he teamed up with Feliciano Lopez to capture the doubles trophy. Lopez also took the singles crown, beating Gilles Simon in the final.

Since January the Scot has a new clothing sponsor: three-year-old British startup Castore. The financial terms of the partnership have not been released, but according to the Financial Times the deal has four elements: appearance fees for playing while wearing Castore kit, performance-related bonuses, an undisclosed percentage of shares in Castore and advising its board, and a percentage of royalties for tennis gear branded with Sir Andy’s name. 

Castore’s Queen’s capsule is available online.

Queen's 2019: Andy Murray outfit

Queen's 2019: Andy Murray outfit

Queen's 2019: Andy Murray outfit