Andy Murray to return at Nottingham Open on grass

Andy Murray will skip the Roland Garros after experiencing some discomfort at the Rome Masters and his return is set for the Nottingham Open.

The decision to skip over the Roland Garros caught many by surprise but for Murray, it was a straightforward one after experiencing some discomfort at the Rome Masters. Murray did officially release any statement but the updated entry list for the event lacked his name.

His name did pop up in the entry list for the Nottingham Open, a grass event running from June 5th till June 13th. The event is part of the Challenger Tour and it won't be the first challenger tour event Murray has played this season in the search of matches.

The decision to take part in Nottingham Open is an expected one as Murray is searching for matches to prepare for the grass season. After Nottingham, he will take part in the Queen's Championship (14th - 20th June) and Wimbledon which starts on June 28th.

His decision to take part in the Nottingham Open was later confirmed by the official social media channels of the Lawn Tennis Association.

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