as Andy Murray (ATP 289) in January, the Australian Open is making a comeback in the singles of a grand slam. That is, the organization of the tournament in Melbourne on Tuesday to let us know.
Last year, Murray, a former no. 1 in the world, in Australia, for the last time, at the highest level. After its defeat in the first round, he decided to, once again, is an operation on a hip and carry on. The 32-year-old British citizen, and returned afterwards, some time back, and now seems to be ready for the big time. During the past summer, the Brit is back on the job, nothing was too much trouble, he was in the joint, and mannendubbel. In the meantime, he is at the ATP tournaments, as well been active in the singles matches.< / P>
Confirmed: @andy_murray will return to compete at the #AusOpen by the year 2020. pic.twitter.com/mbdFlAgOZA
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) on October 7, 2019
Murray has reached the final of the Australian Open (2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2016), but never won. The British wrote it but twice, nothing was too much trouble (2013 to 2016) and US Open (in 2012) to his name.
The organization points Tuesday in a tweet to Kim Clijsters. “You can be the champion of 2011, and the clock, to go back and make an attempt to do what the title will be in 2020 with the return to a grand slam?”, what it sounds like. The 36-year-old, from Limburg, announced a few weeks ago, and her remarkable comeback to the fields.< / P>
Can the 2011 champion @Clijsterskim to wind back the clock and take a tilt at the #AusOpen by 2020 title on her return to Grand Slam tennis. pic.twitter.com/omnb8YoiOD
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) on October 8, 2019
More about Andy Murray, the real world, Andy Murray has finally returned? The former number one in the world, to win in Beijing and a second win for Andy Murray, after hip surgery, Andy Murray has booking your accommodation in Mallorca’s first win since the return of Andy Murray to come to the European Open in Antwerp: “It was a dream to have him in the line-up to get a