It was the culmination of a brilliant 12 months that saw the Scot play in 16 tournaments, win 78 match, lift nine titles, reach three Grand Slam finals and take home a staggering £10.8million in prize money.
With the 2016 tennis season now over we chart Murray’s incredible year, see where he won the money and look at his net worth.
Andy Murray’s incredible 2016;
AUSTRALIAN OPEN£1,012,980 (runner-up)
INDIAN WELLS MASTERS£29,236 (third round)
MIAMI OPEN£29,236 (third round)
MONTE-CARLO MASTERS£152,095 (semi-final)
MADRID OPEN£384,613 (runner-up)
ITALIAN OPEN£616,332 (WINNER)
FRENCH OPEN£859,222 (runner-up)
QUEEN’S CLUB£352,452 (WINNER)
OLYMPICSNo prize money (WINNER)
CINCINNATI MASTERS£330,358 (runner-up)
US OPEN£363,235 (quarter-finals)
CHINA OPEN£535,631 (WINNER)
SHANGHAI MASTERS£842,202 (WINNER)
VIENNA OPEN£367,789 (WINNER)
PARIS MASTERS£640,896 (WINNER)
ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS£1,930,561 (WINNER)
Murray’s fruitful year takes his career prize money to a whopping £44,985,885.
But what the two-time Olympic gold medallist wins on court is only half the story. Britain’s best athlete is also a dream for corporate sponsors. He has deals with Standard Life, Head and Rado, plus a £15m four-year contract with Under Armour. According to industry figures his net worth is now estimated at £66,519,984.
Not bad for simply playing tennis.