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Tennis, Australian Open: Andy Murray receives a wild card

Andy Murray will be present at the Australian Open. The Briton, 122nd in the world, accepted the wild-card proposed by the organization of the tournament in order to enter the main draw of the men’s singles of the first Grand Slam of the season (8-21 February). The British press announced the information on Sunday, quoting tournament director Craig Tiley.

We receive Andy with open arms“, Tiley announced.”His retirement (Murray had announced his withdrawal from the courts in January 2019 in Melbourne, before attempting a new hip operation, editor’s note) had been a very strong moment. Seeing him come back, rebuild himself and find the circuit after his surgery will be one of the highlights of the 2021 Australian Open“Five-time finalist in the tournament, Murray did not come to Melbourne last year to treat his hip, which was operated on in 2019.

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Andy Murray will also start his 2021 season in the United States. The organization of the Delray Beach tournament announced on Saturday that the former world No. 1 had accepted a wild card for the main draw of its 2021 edition, which will be played from January 7 to 13.

More seen on the circuit since mid-October and his defeat in the 1st round of the ATP tournament in Cologne against Fernando Verdasco, Murray will be able to prepare for the Australian Open as well as possible with this trip to Florida. Scheduled for February, the ATP 250 tournament was repatriated at the start of the season, in order to be able to fit the tour to the Antipodes and the Australian Open in February.

Ranked 122nd in the ATP rankings, Murray won only three games in the 2020 season out of the seven games played. He will play his third Grand Slam in a row after the 2020 editions of the US Open and Roland-Garros. In recent days, he has won two games in the “Battle of the Brits” tournament against Dan Evans (7-6, 6-4) and Cameron Norrie (6-4, 7-6).

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