Andy Murray has been handed over a wild card entry for ATP China Open that kicks-off from September 29 in Beijing. The British No.1 has had a substandard season this year, as a result of which his ranking fell out of the top 10.
Murray will look to bolster his ranking, as he is slated to play alongside a strong line-up including World No.1 Novak Djokovic, No.2 Rafael Nadal and U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic. "I'm excited to announce that I will play in the China Open," Murray was quoted as saying by Sky Sports News.
"I have some great memories of playing tennis in China over the years, I love the country and there are plenty of passionate fans here who enjoy their tennis, so I'm looking forward to competing." ALSO READ Cancer-Survivor Ross Hutchins Calls Time on Career Janko Tipsarevic announces speculative time of return