Although days ago he confirmed his withdrawal from Roland Garros due to persistent discomfort in his hip, Andy Murray can say that he is to return.
The Scot (123rd in the ATP ranking) will return to competition at the Nottingham Challenger, on grass, a tournament that will be played from June 7, that is, in the second week of the Parisian Grand Slam.
ANDThe 33-year-old tennis player He has only played three singles tournaments so far this year: Biella 1’s Challenger (he lost in the final against Illya Marchenko), Montpellier’s ATP 250 (he failed the first round) and Rotterdam’s ATP 500 (he was fired in the second round after losing to Andrey Rublev).
“I never expected things to be easy. When I had the hip operation I knew it was going to be incredibly challenging, I just feel like there are a couple of things that have happened this year that have been very unfortunate and difficult to accept. , but I didn’t expect it to be easy “, he had told the newspaper The Guardian weeks ago.