Many fans have been waiting for this news. After a poor start to the season on clay, Andy Murray bounces back to win the Aix En Provence Challenger.
Andy Murray winning on the court. The Briton defeated Tommy Paul, 17th in the world, 2-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the final of the challenger Aix En Provence. This is Murray’s third career challenger title. This is great news for the Brit, who has had a very poor start to the season on clay and must be fit as he has signed up for Roland Garros. The appearance of Andy Murray at Roland Garros will be a pleasant surprise for fans, as the Briton played there for the last time in 2020.
Winning the Aix En Provence Challenger brings Andy Murray closer to his goal of being a seeded player at Wimbledon. Now Murray will move up to a great place in the ATP rankings. He will be in the 42nd position.
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