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Murray memorabilia fetches £80,000 at charity auction

Andy Murray celebrating his historic Wimbledon win in July. Photo: PA

Items used by Andy Murray on the road to his Wimbledon victory have raised £80,000 for charity.

The collection of memorabilia was donated by the World No.3's mother Judy, and include a signed ball used in the grand-slam final in July.

The racket and case up for grabs was promoted before the auction by actor and singer Jason Donovan. Credit: PA

Also on offer was a racket bag of Andy's from the tournament (shown above), complete with his sweat bands, towel and racket, and a chance to join Ms Murray at the start of next year's championship.

The prizes went under the hammer at Edinburgh's annual Lunch With An Old Bag fundraiser.

One lucky fan took one of Murray's rackets home for free when the player tossed it into the stands at the Sony Open in March. Credit: PA

The money raised will go to The Prince's Trust Scotland which supports disadvantaged young people, particularly those who have struggled at school, been in care or are long-term unemployed.

Ms Murray is a "huge supporter".of the charity, having offered a similar prize towards its fundraising last year.