Andy Murray accepts Delray Beach Open wildcard to start 2021 season
Andy Murray will start his 2021 deteriorate during a Delray Beach Open subsequent month after usurpation a wildcard for a ATP 250 tournament, a men’s debate pronounced on Saturday.
The former universe series one, who has slipped to 122nd in a rankings, will join fortifying champion Reilly Opelka, top-ranked American John Isner and Canada’s Milos Raonic in a Florida field.
The contest takes place from Jan. 7-13, after being changed from a normal Feb slot, and will offer as partial of a preparations for a Australian Open Grand Slam, that will start 3 weeks after than scheduled on Feb. 8 due to COVID-19 health and reserve measures.
Murray, a three-times Grand Slam champion, underwent hip resurfacing medicine in Jan final year though returned to win a Antwerp pretension 7 months after — his initial given 2017.
The 33-year-old Briton missed many of a 2020 deteriorate due to complications with his hip and struggled for form on his lapse after a COVID-19 hiatus, pang a second-round better in a U.S. Open before descending in a opening turn during Roland Garros.
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