Andy Murray will hope to rediscover his best form and pick up a sixth Queen’s Club Championship. The Brit has…
Andy Murray will hope to rediscover his best form and pick up a sixth Queen’s Club Championship.
The Brit has been handed a wildcard entry and will almost certainly have to overcome some high odds to reach the final and pick up his first championship since 2016.
Murray has been plagued with injury problems in the past few years but will be hoping to find some further glory as he nears the end of a glittering career. Queen’s Club has been kind to the 35 year 0ld over the year and he’ll be welcomed back with open arms, as the most decorated player in the history of the tournament.
The two-time Wimbledon winner has fallen behind both Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans in the pecking order of British tennis but has been on somewhat of a comeback recently, moving back into the top 100 of the ATP ranking and gaining some momentum ahead of his favourite grand slam.
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Andy Murray possible route to Queen’s Club Final
|Round one||Lorenzo Sonego (ITA)|
|Round two||Matteo Berrettini (ITA)|
|Quarter-final||Denis Shapovalov (CAN)|
|Semi-final||Cameron Norrie (GBR)|
|Final||Casper Ruud (NOR)|
Queen’s Club latest odds men’s singles
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