Former World No.01, added to US Open main draw

Andy Murray has been included in the main draw of the US Open after Stan Wawrinka was forced to withdraw as he continues to recover from a foot injury. Wawrinka won at Flushing Meadows in 2016 but has only competed in one Grand Slam in 2021.

Murray, who had hip medical procedures in 2018 and 2019, has just played a small bunch of ATP Tour-level occasions this year having missed the Australian Open on account of a positive COVID-19 test and quitting contending at the French Open.

The 34-year-old Murray arrived at the third round at Wimbledon yet pulled out from the men’s singles competition at the Tokyo Olympics on the guidance of his clinical group, running his expectations for a third continuous gold decoration.

Murray is a previous No. 1 and three-time Grand Slam title victor, remembering for New York in 2012. His positioning slid out of the best 100 get-togethers had two hip activities as of late.

The U.S. Tennis Association likewise declared Monday that Patricia Maria Tig of Romania won’t play in the year’s last Grand Slam competition. Tig has a proceeding back injury and was supplanted in the field by American Claire Liu.

The 36-year-old previous world number three went through a procedure to his left side foot this year and has not played on the visit since an opening round rout at the Qatar Open in March.

The U.S. Open runs from Aug. 30-Sept. 12.

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