Double Grand Slam winner Murray's mother Judy received the shirt on his behalf. During their pre-season trip north of the border, Wolves' management and players stayed in the
Dunblane Hydro Hotel, which is within walking distance of the Dunblane Sports Club where Murray started out.
Murray once wore a Wolves shirt to train in, thanks to former British tennis star and Davis Cup captain John Lloyd – a big Wolves fan – who asked the club's vice-president Rachael Heyhoe Flint to arrange the shirt's delivery to the Scot whose team of choice is Hibernian.
Lloyd also took Murray and the rest of the Davis Cup team at the time to Wolves' win at Charlton in the Championship-winning season of 2008-09.
A delegation, including head coach Kenny Jackett, Scottish striker and boyhood Hibs fan Leigh Griffiths, and tennis fans Kevin Foley and Anthony Forde, visited the Dunblane club with the shirt.
Members of Wolves' backroom staff took the opportunity to try their luck on the courts which launched Murray's career.
Griffiths was delighted to be involved. He said: "It was great to see Andy do so well at Wimbledon and became the first British player – and a Scottish player of course – to win since Fred Perry," he said.