Murray Accepts Dubai Wild Card
The former World No. 1 will be competing at the tournament for the seventh time, with his best result a run to the title in his last appearance in 2017, when he defeated Fernando Verdasco in the final.
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Earlier this season, the Scot reached his first tour-level championship match since 2019 (Antwerp) at the Sydney Tennis Classic, before he advanced to the second round at the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament, defeating Open Sud de France victor Alexander Bublik in Rotterdam.
The 34-year-old will be joined at the hard-court event in Dubai by reigning champion Aslan Karatsev, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Top 10 stars Andrey Rublev, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Jannik Sinner.