After nine years in South Florida, Andy Murray sells Miami home

by: Kamakshi Tandon | August 01, 2017

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The world No. 1 has often done his offseason training in Miami. (AP)

Andy Murray has sold his home in Miami, according to the Miami Herald, which he had been using as a base for training regularly in Florida.

Murray bought the four-bedroom apartment in 2008, and has usually done his offseason training in Miami. The Herald said he first put it up for sale in 2015, and sold it at a lower price about a week ago.

Murray, who is based in England, has been spending more time back home since becoming a father. He and his wife, Kim, have a 1-year-old daughter, Sophia, and recently announced they are expecting a second child. There have also been changes to his team in recent years, though his coach, Ivan Lendl, is based in the United States. 

Murray has been rehabbing a hip injury since falling in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon.


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