Andy Murray next match, tournament and schedule – when will Muzza play again?

Andy Murray next match, tournament and schedule – when will Muzza play again?

The turn of the century saw British hopes lie on the slender shoulders of Andy Murray. The Scotsman did not deceive on the court. He ended the 77-year wait of British fans for homegrown talent to succeed at Wimbledon. If that was not enough, he repeated his success at the oldest tennis tournament and became the only player to win successive gold medals at the Olympics.

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Murray’s best years are behind him, that’s pretty clear at this time, but he still has much to offer and he continues to delight the tennis world occasionally. It is a wait to see when he will next add to his 46 career titles.

Andy Murray’s next tournament & match

Andy Murray’s next match and odds
Next TournamentDubai Open
Next OpponentUgo Humbert
Next Match Date and Time28/02/24
Murray’s Odds2/1 (3.00)

Andy Murray comes to Dubai after another disappointing tournament in Qatar, where he was eliminated in the second round by Jakub Mensik. This marked another poor run by Murray, who only won a couple of matches in 2024.

The Brit will be hoping for a better showing at the Dubai Open and things did start well for him after beating Shapovalov in the first round, but he will have to face a tough opposition in the second round since his rival will be Ugo Humbert.

Andy Murray next match – Dubai Open second round vs Ugo Humbert

At the start of the Dubai Open, Andy Murray will met with Denis Shapovalov and managed to overcome this obstacle with a 2-1 win (4-6, 7-6, 6-3). His next opponent in Dubai will be Ugo Humbert, currently ranked 18th on the ATP list.

This will clearly be a tough matchup for Murray since Humbert has done well in 2024, already winning one title at the Marseille Open. The Frenchman is clearly the favourite, but Murrey does hold a 2-0 lead against Humbert when it comes to their H2H record.

Where to watch Andy Murray’s next match on TV

If you’re interested in watching Andy Murray at the Dubai Open, you can do saw by tuning into Sky Sports. Meanwhile, you can also stream the tournament live on the Sky Go app, which is available on multiple mobile devices.

Another option is the live-streaming service NOW, which is Sky’s on-demand streaming service. This option doesn’t require you to sign a contract and you can simply buy a monthly subscription for Sky Sport here. There is also Tennis TV, the official live-streaming service of the ATP Tour.

Andy Murray’s 2024 ATP campaign so far

Andy Murray’s 2024 campaign isn’t going great and that’s probably an understatement. After all, the Brit only has one win in 2024 and it was in an exhibition match. However, Murray is determined to keep going and doesn’t think about retirement yet.

Murray started his 2024 season in Brisbane, where he lost to Grigor Dimitrov at the start of the tournament. After a couple of exhibition matches against Cilic and Thiem, in which he notched his only win so far against the Austrian, Murray seemed ready to go for the first Major of the season.

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Unfortunately for the Brit, his time at Australian Open was much shorter than expected as he was eliminated in the First Round. His opponent, Tomas Martin Etcheverry, made quick work of Murray and won 3-0, only dropping eight games in the process.

Things didn’t go much better for Andy Murray back in Europe, in France, where he participated at two tournaments. The first one in Montpellier saw him lose to Benoit Paire at the start. The same thing happened in Marseille, where Murray was eliminated at the start of the tournament by Tomas Machac.

Current ATP ranking – where is Murray on the ATP list?

At the moment, Murray is in the 67th place in the ATP rankings, clearly showing that his best, Grand Slam-winning days are far behind him right now.

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