Andy Murray Match Today 18/06/2023

Grass courts suit Andy Murray and the Scotsman is making the most of the opportunity that has presented itself. After triumphing in the Surbiton Trophy, the former world number is going strong in the Nottingham Open.

The 36-year-old defeated Nuno Borges in straight sets to make it nine wins in succession. In this period, only Jason Kubler took him to three sets while everyone else has fallen by the wayside in straight sets against him. His semi-final duel with Borges only lasted 74 minutes as he sent 6 aces and claimed 79% (22 of 28) of his 1st serve points.

The three-time Grand Slam winner will take heart from his victory and is favoured to triumph in the Rothesay Open, making it two tournaments in succession on home soil after failing for seven years.

Opponent Update: Murray’s Next Challenger

Tennis is a sport for young men and Murray will realize that as he comes up against Arthur Cazaux in the Nottingham Open final. The 20-year-old Frenchman has impressed at the Nottingham Tennis Center, starting from the qualifiers and beating all and sundry for a chance at silverware.

As Cazaux looks back at his journey, he will realize that no one but Daniel Cox has stood in his way. He has made little work of his rivals, rising to the top over his peers. In the quarter-finals, Gabriel Diallo was ousted in a 7-6 and 7-5 encounter, while Dominik Koepfer was ousted in a similar fashion. The German put up resistance in the first set that finished 7-5 but was dispatched 6-2 with ease in the second.

When is Andy Murray Next Playing and Where to Watch it?

Don’t miss the highly anticipated semi-final face-off between Murray and Borges at the Nottingham Open. The duel is slated to kick off on June 18, 2023, at 11:00 GMT.

UK and Ireland viewers can catch all the action live on Prime Video, immersing themselves in the experience of watching these exceptional athletes compete on the court. For fans in the USA and its territories, the Tennis Channel will broadcast the thrilling clash.

Andy Murray’s Next Showdown Venue

The 36-year-old can be seen battling Cazaux at the Nottingham Tennis Centre. It features both indoor and outdoor tennis courts, allowing for year-round play, the latter primarily being used during the Nottingham Open.

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