Dude, well deserved. I didn’t even get a chance to play it yet (I’m a broke af millennial who can’t afford a PS4) but I just watched the game all the way through last night just for the story. Absolutely incredible. Get Sport updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!The Scot, who takes on American Taylor Dent in the third round of the US Open tonight, has been chased by at least three other sportswear labels, including Nike.Murray camp insiders say the 22 yearold star picked Adidas after executives tabled an offer he could not refuse.The sponsorship deal to sport the firm’s famous three stripes will dwarf his on court earnings, which reached last year.Sleeve Murray, of Dunblane, will also be allowed to keep his shirt sleeve sponsors, Highland Spring and RBS.A source said: “Nike don’t allow sleeve sponsors, so that was one reason why the Adidas deal looked more attractive.”Another factor was that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal are both sponsored by Nike. Andy wanted to do it his own way.”The Adidas deal is expected to be signed by Murray after the US Open, where he is seeded to meet Nadal in the semi finals, en route to a possible confrontation with Wimbledon champ Federer in the final.The contract is part of plans by Murray’s agents at management firm 19 owned by music mogul Simon Fuller to turn the Scot into a global brand.Fuller also manages David Beckham, who is also on Adidas’ books. The firm are also expected to sign up the Scotland football team after the national side’s supplier Diadora UK went bust.From the tennis world, world No.4 Novak Djokovic is already sponsored by Adidas while legends Andre Agassi and Ilie Nastase, former British No.1 Tim Henman and Russian beauty Anna Kournikova also sported the brand.Murray has worn Fred Perry gear since signing with them in 2004 but almost dumped them last year in favour of K Swiss.He ended up signing a one year extension with Fred Perry, whose gear he modelled before Wimbledon.He also brings in several million a year from deals with Highland Spring, RBS and racket sponsor Head.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterSport NewsletterMore OnAndy MurrayDavid BeckhamRangers FCRangers call general meeting of shareholders to approve new share issue worth over 12mA meeting of shareholders has been called for later this month as the club prepares to release new shares.Transfer TalkTransfer news live as Rangers and Celtic plus Aberdeen, Hearts and Hibs target signingsScotland’s No.1 transfer blog brings you all the latest news from across planet football.Scottish PremiershipRangers fan who claimed no Celtic player would get in their side is right because Hoops are too GOOD HotlineJack Currie takes your calls as Celtic and Rangers supporters crank up the banter ahead of the first derby of the season in just under three weeks’ time.Steven GerrardSteven Gerrard is a breath of fresh air at Rangers and will bring back glory days reckons Ibrox hero Craig MooreRangers boss has impressed the Aussie centre back since arriving in May.Dedryck BoyataBrendan Rodgers insists Dedryck Boyata IS fit as Celtic transfer row rumbles onThe war of words seems set to continue surrounding Dedryck Boyata and his future at Celtic..