Andy Murray adds another singles tournament to his calendar
The Andy Murray 2019 singles road show will make an appearance in Antwerp as the former world No 1 has signed up for the European Open.
The three-time Grand Slam winner has only played in two singles events since undergoing hip surgery at the start of the year as he wants to ease himself back into action.
He made first-round exits at the Cincinnati Open, his first singles tournament since the Australian Open at the start of the year, and the Winston-Salem Open this week as he went down to Tennys Sandgren from the United States.
The 32-year-old, who will not feature in any capacity at next week’s US Open after announcing he is done with doubles for the timebeing, has decided to add the European Open to his schedule.
The Antwerp hard-court event runs from October 14-20 while Murray had previously confirmed he will participate in the Zhuhai Championships, which starts on September 23, and the China Open (September 30).
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