Video: Andy Murray Best Shots since 2019
As was expected, the three-time Major champion Andy Murray received the Australian Open wild card, working hard on a comeback and hoping for another notable result after reaching five finals down under.
Andy had to refuse the Delray Beach wild card, unwilling to risk anything with the USA trip and focusing on Melbourne, where he should travel in a couple of days. Murray gave his best to extend his career following two hip surgeries, making a strong return in June 2019 and winning the ATP title in Antwerp in October. Instead of charging towards the top-100, Andy experienced a pelvic injury at the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid that year and stayed away from the court for eight months.
In August, Murray received the Cincinnati wild card when the season started again and scored notable victories over Frances Tiafoe and Alexander Zverev before hitting an exit door versus Milos Raonic. At the US Open, Andy produced one of his well-known comebacks from two sets to love down against Yoshihito Nishioka, saving a match point and earning his last victory of the season.
The Briton is still not at his best but will try again in 2021, considering retirement if he fails to play injury-free. Recently, TennisTV published a video with Murray's best points since 2019, evoking his exceptional skills and abilities to win rallies from incredible positions.