Andy Murray Match Today 20/06/2023

After waiting seven years for his first silverware success in the UK since 2016, Andy Murray has t in two weeks. He added the Nottingham Open crown to the Aix-en-Provence and Surbiton Challenger trophies he had already accumulated.

The 36-year-old started the proceedings brights by breaking Arthur Cazaux’s serve in the first game of the match. It told the tale of what was to come as he quickly made it 5-2 and later claimed the set despite a hiccup. Murray only needed one opportunity in the second set and pounced on it to secure the Nottingham Open title.

The three-time Grand Slam winner’s quest for redemption has not stopped and he will be back on court after a day’s rest in the Queen’s Club Championships.

Opponent Update: Murray’s Next Singles Challenger

After putting in the hours on ITF Challenger events, Murray will turn his attention towards the much-fancied Queen’s Club Championships. He is the record five-time champion at the Queen’s Club and will take on the challenge of Alex de Minaur in round 1.

The ATP 18-ranked star will be a tough nut to crack, as Murray has learned from their previous encounters. The Australian has triumphed against him in their four meetings, the most recent of which was in the Monte Carlo Masters, where De Minaur added to his bragging rights in straight sets.

Opponent Update: Murray’s Next Doubles Challenger

With brother Jamie Murray partnering with Michael Venus, Andy has teamed up with British number 1 Cameron Norrie in the doubles category of the Queen’s Club Championships. Their first challenge will be against Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury.

Murray and Norrie are partnering for the first time and go as underdogs against Ram and Salisbury, who reached the third round at Roland Garros. Prior to that, they tasted success at Lyon Open and were ousted at the quarter-final stage at Rome Masters.

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

Don’t miss the highly anticipated return to the Queen’s Club Championships against Alex De Minaur. The duel is slated to kick off on June 20, 2023, at 10:00 GMT.

UK and Ireland viewers can catch all the action live on BBC TV and its associated digital channels. Matches will also be broadcast on Prime Video for UK audiences. You can find more details on streaming and broadcast options here.

Andy Murray’s Next Showdown Venue

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