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Andy Murray To Return To Action With Charity Tennis Tournament In June

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ANDY MURRAY ATP:-

Andy Murray will return to the tennis court on June 23 in a tournament organized by his brother Jamie. Andy Murray is out of action since November’s Davis cup finals. It would be a treat for tennis fans to see him back in action.

The tournament is organized to raise money for a UK National Health Service charity. Jamie Murray has helped to create the tournament behind-closed-doors called ‘Schroders Battle of the Brits’.

The tournament will be going to schedule from June 23-28 behind closed doors and we will see the Murray brothers and fellow British players Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans go head to head against each other at the Lawn Tennis Association’s Roehampton based in London.

It will be screened live on Amazon Prime and aims to raise at least $122,000 for the state-run NHS.

Coronavirus pandemic postponed all the ATP and WTA seasons, it affected major league and tournaments of different sports from around the world.

Jamie Murray said, “A lot of hard work has been done in order to make this tournament happen and we are very excited to be able to bring an action-packed week of tennis while raising valuable funds for NHS heroes to say thank you for the amazing work they have done.”

Former world number one and tennis star Andy Murray had been returning to the court with his brother for the special cause after another injury-enforced absence. He was out of action since November.

Andy Murray who was diagnosed as a mild bone bruise was away from the action for three months. Davis cup final was the last tournament that he had played.

Murray, who is former US Open and Wimbledon champion, later believed the problem was heterotopic ossification, bone growth associated with the hip resurfacing operation he underwent in January 2019.

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