Murray Accepts Rotterdam Wild Card
Andy Murray has accepted a wild card into the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament, an ATP 500 held in Rotterdam, the tournament announced on social media Thursday. The event will be played from 7-13 February.
The former World No. 1 will be making his seventh appearance at the tournament, with his best result a run to the title in 2009 when he defeated Rafael Nadal in the final.
Murray, who advanced to the second round in Rotterdam last year, has enjoyed a strong start to the season, having reached his first tour-level final since 2019 (Antwerp) at the Sydney Tennis Classic in January.
The Scot will be joined in the field by 18-time tour-level champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga after the Frenchman also accepted a wild card into the indoor-hard event. The Frenchman has fond memories in Rotterdam, lifting the trophy in 2017.