Andy Murray's comeback has a new, provisional date. The three-time Grand Slam winner announced that he will play the "Libéma Open" in 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, scheduled to take place from 11 to 17 June.
After that, in the following week he will compete at the Queen's Club and then, if everything goes well, will be at Wimbledon. 'I am looking forward to getting back on the grass and to play in Rosmalen for the first time', Murray said through a statement.
'I've heard lots of good things about the tournament and the courts are meant to be very good. It's the perfect way for me to prepare for Wimbledon.' Murray is the first player confirmed for Rosmalen, that switches title sponsor, from Ricoh to Libéma.
There, in 's-Hertogenbosch, Murray 'will continue his comeback', the press release says: as a matter of fact, he is likely to play a Challenger event, in Loughborough from 21 to 27 May, or in Glasgow from 30 April to 5 May.
both on indoor hard courts. Murray is currently training at the Patrick Mouratoglou Academy in Nice. Murray got a tennis court named after him there on Thursday. 'Andy is a great champion I respect and admire, and I wish him all the best on his way to recovery', Mouratoglou wrote on his Facebook page.
He has not been competing since the Wimbledon quarter-finals match against Sam Querrey. After that the 30-year-old tried to return at the US Open in September and this year in January in Brisbane, but he didn't make it and underwent an hip surgery in January.
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