ANDY MURRAY is eyeing up a third Wimbledon title this year after putting on an excellent display in the opening two rounds at SW19.
The British No 3 is currently in the middle of a thrilling third round clash with Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Andy Murray is leading two sets to one against Stefanos Tsitsipas
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The match was halted due to the strict Wimbledon curfew after three hours of combat.
Murray is leading 2-1 in sets heading into the resumed second-round clash against Tsitsipas on Centre Court.
Eagle-eyed fans have noticed AMC branding on Murray’s kit at Wimbledon this year, but what does it mean?
What does AMC stand for on Andy Murray’s kit at Wimbledon?
AMC simply stands for Andy Murray x Castore.
Castore is the sportswear brand that sponsors Andy Murray, and the two-time Wimbledon champion will continue to represent the brand throughout the tournament at SW19.
The 36-year-old’s kit is made from merino wool, which is thermoregulation and responds to changing body temperature.
The collaboration started in 2019 with the collection made using recycled and regenerated materials.
Just two months after Murray first partnered with Castore, he became a shareholder in the business.
Castore is also the kit supplier to Premier League clubs Newcastle and Wolves.
What has Andy Murray said about Castore?
At the launch of the range, Murray said: “I work with the AMC designers on every piece, with technical performance at the heart of the process.
“It’s important that the kit performs under the toughest conditions. I really enjoy testing it, giving it my feedback and being part of the design process.”
The three-time Grand Slam winner also spoke about working with Castore with GQ in 2021: “Working with Castore is certainly different from the other relationships that I’ve had with clothing brands throughout my career.
“The traditional sponsorship deal I had before was where I was paid to endorse and wear the clothes, whereas this is something a bit different.
“I am more involved and it is something that I can invest in in my post-playing career.
“I’d love to see young kids growing up and playing in my tennis kit. As you know from my GQ shoot, I don’t really understand the fashion side of things particularly well – I’m not the most fashionable person in the world – but I do like the technical stuff and the performance side of things.
“When I first picked it up, I was thinking that there was no chance I could play in it. It was thick and I was expecting to be roasting wearing it, but that wasn’t the case. It’s really comfortable and doesn’t restrict my game at all.”
What time is Andy Murray on at Wimbledon today?
Andy Murray’s second round clash against Stefanos Tsitsipas will be the second match on Centre Court today.
World No 1 Carlos Alcaraz vs French star Alexandre Muller kicks it off on the showpiece court at 1.30pm.
Then Murray vs Stefanos follows around 4.40pm.