Andy Murray’s Participation in 2024 Olympics Still Uncertain

Andy Murray’s Participation in 2024 Olympics Still Uncertain

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Olympics? Murray not yet sure

Andy Murray won individual gold in 2012 and 2016 – the Briton may be back in 2024.

Two-time Olympic champion: Andy Murray

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Andy Murray won individual gold in 2012 and 2016 – the Briton may be back in 2024.

Two-time Olympic tennis champion Andy Murray could be playing at the Summer Games for the fifth time. The 37-year-old was confirmed on Sunday as one of four British singles players for the tournament in Paris (27 July to 4 August).

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It is still unclear whether the Scot will actually take part. “I’m not 100 percent sure,” said Murray a few hours after receiving the ticket at London’s Queen’s Club: “It depends a bit on how I feel physically. And also on how the next few weeks go.” His plan is “to play, but it’s not that easy.”

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Murray won singles gold in London in 2012 and in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. The former world number one is currently only number 97 in the ATP rankings, but due to his previous successes, he will receive the starting place via the quota of the world association ITF.

In addition to Murray, Jack Draper, Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans will play for the British in the singles. In the women’s event, former US Open winner Emma Raducanu will not be taking part, meaning that the only British participant is Katie Boulter.

2024-06-16 18:12:52
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