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The setback has left his participation in the US Open later this month in doubt, but he's clearly been putting his time during the enforced layoff to good use.
The apartment has four sizeable bedrooms
Andy Murray made a handsome profit
After buying the apartment in 2008, the three-time grand slam champion has sold it on nine years later for £1.8 million, which earned him a nice profit the equivalent of £600,000.
There's plenty for the new owners to like about the plush penthouse, which boasts picturesque sea views that can be enjoyed from a balcony.
Murray had a pool room for when he fancied a change up from tennis
Another one of the bedrooms in the apartment
Another angle of the main living space
A balcony overlooking the sea is one of the main features of the apartment
Also on offer are four luxury bedrooms with king size beds, while Murray had a games room set up including a pool table for when he wasn't crushing forehands and backhands on a tennis court.
Murray has previously been based in Miami during the off season, as he looks to get himself into top physical shape ahead of the start of the new year.
If he's to remain based there during the winter he'll have to look for somewhere else to stay come this November though after parting with the swanky pad.