Britain’s rising star Harriet Dart is the latest player to sign up to Andy Murray’s 77 Sports Management company.
London-born Dart joins fellow tennis players Paul Jubb, Katie Swan and Aidan McHugh to join Murray’s agency.
Dart made a name for herself at Wimbledon last year when she beat both Christina McHale and Beatriz Haddad Maia, progressing to the third round before eventually losing out to world No 1 Ashleigh Barty.
“I’m delighted to be joining 77 Sports Management,” said Dart, 24. “I’m at an important point in my career and I am confident that this decision will help me kick on and achieve my goals on and off the court.
“I’m really excited to be working with Andy and I hope to make the most of his experience as I look to improve all areas of my game.”
Murray is looking forward to working with the young Brit, who achieved a career-high singles ranking of 121 last year.
“Harriet is a talented player who is well known for her work ethic and mindset, which is so important in becoming a top player,” said the two-time Wimbledon champion. “We are really pleased she chose to sign with us and I am looking forward to helping her develop as an athlete in any way I can.”
The agency also represents GB sprinters Shannon and Cheriece Hylton, footballers Ryan Porteous, Jamie Gullan and Fraser Murray, all of Hibernian, and Caroline Weir of Manchester City.