Andy Murray (123 °), who has not officially competed since March, will be present at the Queen’s ATP 500, in what will be his first grass-court tournament in the last three years after receiving a Wild card.
“The Queen’s tournament has always meant a lot to me. It is where I won my first ATP match, I have won the singles title at Queen’s more than any other tournament in my career and I will never forget the doubles title in 2019. I’m looking forward to coming back. there” the British said after the news was released.
Murray debuted at the London pageant in 2005 with a victory over the Spanish Santiago Ventura by 6-1 and 6-2. He also won the trophy in 2009 (beat James Blake in the final), 2011 (before Jo-Wilfried Tsonga), 2013 (against Marin Cilic), 2015. (got rid of Kevin Anderson in the finale) and 2016 (His victim was Milos Raonic).
The Glasgow, Scotland-born, has a 30-7 record on Queen’s turf and also won the doubles tournament in 2019 with Feliciano López after defeating Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury. During 2021 Murray only competed in the Biella Challenger, the Montpellier ATP 250 and the Rotterdam ATP 500.