"The Australian Open would probably be one of them": Murray picks three tournaments he'd want to win before retirement

Tuesday, 02 May 2023 at 19:30
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Andy Murray revealed the three tournaments he would like to win before retiring.
The three-time Grand Slam champion answered some questions asked by fans on the ATP Tour Radio Podcast, where he was interviewed. The former world No. 1 named the Australian Open and French Open, where he reached five and one finals respectively, in addition to four semifinals.
The British player won his Slams at the US Open and twice at Wimbledon, so the other two trophies separate him from a Grand Slam career. Murray also added Indian Wells, where he lost the 2009 final to Rafael Nadal.
“The Australian Open would probably be one of them,” said the World No. 52. “And the French Open. And on the tour, Indian Wells. I've always loved the tournament and always enjoyed coming back, so yeah, on the ATP tour - Indian Wells.”
He was asked about his children's favorite tennis player, the 35-year-old tennis player admitted that they do not watch tennis and only know his brother, Jamie Murray.
“My kids don't know any tennis players,” Murray said. “They don't watch or follow at all, unfortunately, so I don't have an answer to that, maybe my brother. Probably the only other one they know.”
Murray's next challenge will be at the Aix-en-Provence Challenger, and he will make his debut in the first round against French player Gael Monfils tomorrow.

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