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After a hiatus of four years, Andy Murray claimed his first silverware at Aix-en-Provence. After a month’s gap at Surbiton, the Scotsman ended his seven-year thirst at home soil. A week later, he made it three titles in 2023 as he claimed the Nottingham Open.
As the attention of tennis fans turns towards All England Club, special attention will be on the whereabouts of Murray. Two of his three Grand Slam wins have come here. He either enjoys playing on grass or his output increases in front of his home support. It can be both.
Where to Watch Andy Murray Today
If you are a fan of the British legend, his relentless attitude and dogged personality, you cannot afford to miss him in action. For fans in the UK, the organizers have made it easy to follow the Scotsman in action.
BBC will be airing all Wimbledon action across BBC One, BBC Two, and the Red Button. Finding Murray’s match will probably be easier on BBC iPlayer. Eurosport UK’s paid subscribers also have access to the broadcast of Murray’s action against Peniston.
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Australian fans are also in luck with action available for free on Channel 9. They can also catch in on their streaming service, 9Now from anywhere in Australia.
Andy Murray ended Great Britain’s 77-year wait for a Gentlemen’s Singles champion at #Wimbledon
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— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) June 30, 2023
With a metal hip insert, he is not the same man who challenged the might of the Big Three. However, he is still the man who ended Britain’s 77-year wait for a home champion a the All England Club. The fight is still there, so is the desire.
Murray has mentioned that he still has more to give on the tour and there is time before he hangs up his shoes. But one thing is for certain, despite ticking over to 36 in May, age will not be an issue at the upcoming Wimbledon Championships.
Andy Murray’s Next Match
At the Queen’s Club Championships, Murray only needed a win to be seeded at Wimbledon. Alex de Minaur had other ideas and knocked him out in the first round. While he is unseeded, the Scotsman will be a force to reckon with. This was learnt the hard way by Ryan Peniston, who was dispatched off in 22 games.
— Andy Murray Fan Club (@MagicMurrayFans) July 2, 2023
Murray will now turn his attention towards Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round. This will be the third meeting between the two, with the Scotsman punching above his weight each time of asking. The Greek ace needed five sets to overcome him at the 2021 US Open and Murray set the record straight eight months later at the 2022 Stuttgart Open.
With two Challenger grass court titles under his belt, Murray will fancy his chances to upset the world #5. Tsitsipas looked out of sorts in his 3-2 win over the struggling Dominic Thiem and goes into the match as an underdog despite his lofty ranking. It will be interesting who comes out on top, will it be the metal-hip-inset-Murry or Tsitsidosa will triumph despite not firing on all cylinders.
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