Andy Murray takes Moselle Open wild card

Andy Murray is looking to play as much tennis as he can in the next few months which is why he will be taking part in the Moselle Open tennis event Metz after receiving a wild card entry.

Andy Murray showed a high level of tennis at the US Open where he was unfortunately handed a very bad draw by facing Tsitsipas in the opening round. Murray came very close to winning that match but ultimately the much younger Tsitsipas was able to close it out in 5. Murray did not call time on his season yet as he is looking to play as much tennis as he can believing himself capable of reaching a high level.

Murray is currently playing at the challenger event in Rennes and he will stay in France after that. He was granted a wild card entry into the Moselle Open in Metz returning to the event where he last played 14 years ago. The event announced the news on their Twitter page with a video.

The event will be held next week starting on September 20th and run until the 26th of the same month. After that Murray will make his way to the United States once again to play at the San Diego Open as well as the Indian Wells Masters in October.

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