Andy Murray is set to return from injury

Andy Murray, a veteran of the tennis world and three-time Grand Slam winner, is preparing to return to the court after an injury break. He is expected to take action again at the upcoming tournament in Geneva. In particular, Murray received a so-called “wildcard”, a special invitation allowing him to take part in a clay tournament in Switzerland. This event opens the summer season of tennis tournaments and will begin on May 18.
Murray, a 36-year-old British tennis player, was forced to retire from playing at the end of March this year due to a serious injury. He suffered a torn ankle ligament at the Miami Open, requiring a lengthy recovery. However, Murray, known for his desire to win and tenacity, decided not to resort to surgery. Instead, he opted for conservative treatment to speed up the recovery process and return to the court as soon as possible.
He hopes to recover in time for the French Open and Wimbledon, as well as the Paris Olympics this summer. This could be his final season in professional tennis as Murray is expected to retire this year.
Murray, who will celebrate his 37th birthday in May, has previously expressed his desire to compete at the next Olympic Games before retiring from his illustrious career. He also stressed that he doesn’t plan to “play much after this summer,” another hint at his impending retirement from professional sports.
The French Open, one of the biggest tournaments of the year, starts on May 26. This is followed by Wimbledon, where Murray is a two-time champion; this tournament will start on July 1st. The Olympic Games, which Murray hopes to compete in, will take place on July 26. Meanwhile, the last Grand Slam tournament of the season, the US Open, starts on August 26 in New York.