Andy Murray adds another ATP 250 event in France to his 2019 schedule
Andy Murray has confirmed that will make his debut at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier next year.
The three-time Grand Slam winner is still nursing his way back to full fitness after undergoing hip surgery earlier this year.
However, he is determined to return to top form next year and, after organisers of the Open 13 in Marseille revealed last week that he will feature in that tournament in early 2019, the Brit announced on Tuesday that he will also play in Montpellier.
“Lots of great memories playing indoors in France, looking forward to playing Open Sud de France in Montpellier for the first time next year,” he said on Facebook.
The Open Sud de France runs from February 4 while the Open 13 starts on February 18.
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