Andy Murray's draw fate confirmed on miraculous return after Miami injury

Monday, 13 May 2024 at 12:10
Britain’s tennis star Andy Murray’s draw fate was confirmed for the Challengers event in Bordeaux. The 36-year-old has struggled with fitness concerns throughout his career and it was because of this reason, he decided to retire from the sport just after the 2018 Australian Open.
However, Murray made a miraculous comeback after a while and is still playing at the highest level. The Glasgow-born star once again suffered an ankle injury in March which ruled him out of action for a few months. That injury sparked rumours about the future of the two-time Olympic gold medalist. The three-time Grand Slam winner is now set to return to action with an ATP Challengers event in the French city of Bordeaux.
According to the official draw made on Monday, Murray will face the qualifier in the opening round of the competition. Interestingly, the tournament also features the likes of Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka and France’s Arthur Fils. It was also reported earlier that Murray will also participate in the ATP 250 event in Geneva in order to prepare for the French Open. The former world number one is also expected to take part in the double category with Dan Evans during the Roland Garros.

TIRAGE CHALLENGER 175 BORDEAUX - L’opportunité de prendre des points et d’engranger de la confiance avant Roland-Garros 🇫🇷 ! 👀 - Arthur Fils 🇫🇷 tête de série N°1 ! 🔥 -Andy Murray 🇬🇧 et Stan Wawrinka 🇨🇭 sont eux aussi présents ! 🤩 - Pas mal d’autres français à suivre ! 🇫🇷


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