Andy Murray takes wildcard for Shanghai Masters as singles comeback continues

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As he steps up his singles recovery, andy Murray has taken a entry for next month’s Shanghai Pros.
Will go back to the ATP Tour in Zhuhai, starting on 23.
He has now committed to a third consecutive week of activity and will then play at the China Open.
Murray is a finalist and three-time winner in Shanghai, Asia Masters event.
He also became the tournament’s youngest winner if he beat Roger Federer in 2010. He also raised the prize in 2016 and 2011.
“I am really looking forward to be going back into Shanghai, a championship I’ve had success in before,” said Murray.
“Thanks to the championship to get a wildcard, it is great to have the ability to keep my comeback and play tennis in China. Shanghai is a good city – that I am comfortable there and the fans are almost always supportive.”
Having started his trip Murray played with his first singles match in Cincinnati since operation losing at the first round – to Richard Gasquet – ranked 41 in the planet.
Then he fell to Tennys Sandgren – ranked 68 – at the first barrier in Winston-Salem before progressing through two rounds when he dropped down in Majorca.
Murray has signed up to the European Open in Antwerp per week.
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