I think that not everyone needs to wear Nike and Adidas. THAT would be boring. In fact that already IS boring. And there's nothing wrong with Fred Perry's.I know Fred Perry's not that bad, but it's so dull and there are so many better sponsors out there, such as Nike and Adidas. Now Murray's back at the top and in the world's eye again he should really sort out his image. What do you think?
isn't paid much indeed.When the teenager widely touted as Britain's best sporting hope steps on to a tennis court in Doha next week, few people are likely to notice the four inch (10cm)-square patch on his left shoulder. However, the tiny advert will ensure the young tennis star Andy Murray begins 2007 with a record-breaking appearance before he has even swung his racquet.
In a deal announced yesterday with Highland Spring, the 19-year-old has agreed to display the bottled water company's logo on his shirt sleeve and, when possible, drink its water.
In return Murray will receive more than £1m in the most lucrative pounds-per-inch advertising deal in tennis history. His agent, Patricio Apey, said the contract was part of a long-term plan for the player that could see him net more than £80m.