Andy Murray to make injury comeback in Bordeaux-ZoomTech News

Andy Murray has introduced ahead his comeback from an ankle damage and can play at an ATP Challenger occasion in Bordeaux subsequent week.

The 36-year-old Briton, who is predicted to retire this season, has been out since late March after rupturing ankle ligaments on the Miami Open.

Murray intends to play on the French Open, which begins on 26 Could, for what’s more likely to be the ultimate time.

The three-time Grand Slam champion plans to compete at Roland Garros in each the singles and doubles, teaming up with fellow Briton Dan Evans within the latter.

After beginning his comeback on the Bordeaux clay, Murray will return to the primary ATP Tour on the Geneva Open – the place he has been given a wildcard – the next week.

Murray opted to not have surgical procedure on the ankle damage to scale back restoration time with hopes of enjoying on the French Open, Wimbledon and the Paris Olympics this summer time.

Murray, who turns 37 on 15 Could, does not plan to “play much past this summer” however has not introduced the place his ultimate event shall be.

Murray needs to return to the French Open, having solely performed as soon as – in 2020 when he misplaced to Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka within the first spherical – since 2017.

Earlier than what is predicted to be a ultimate look at Wimbledon, Murray plans to start out his grass-court preparations in Stuttgart on 10 June.

Wimbledon, the place Murray is a two-time champion, begins on 1 July and the Olympics begin on 26 July.

The US Open, the ultimate Grand Slam of the season, will get beneath method on 26 August in New York.

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