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‘I’m Not Going To Be Nuts..’- Tennis Legend Andy Murray Dishes Out Opinion on Wimbledon’s Highly Anticipated Move Towards Russian Players

The Wimbledon will take place shortly after the French Open. The third Grand slam tournament of the year is up for grabs. And there are once again discussions about whether Russian and Belarusian players will receive the chance to compete or not. Recently, the British tennis player, Andy Murray, shared his take on the same concern and made a strong point regarding Wimbledon’s participation.

In light of what Russia described as a ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, the All England Lawn Tennis Club forbid players from two nations, Russia and Belarus, from participating in the grass-court major.

Andy Murray talks about the Russian players’ potential return

In a recent conversation with BBC Sport. The 35-year-old tennis player shared his take. He is quite positive and expects the Wimbledon organizers will allow Russian and Belarusian players to participate in the third Grand Slam of the year after a disappointing ban last year.

He said, “It’s a really difficult one and I do feel for the players who weren’t able to play last year. But I also understand the situation and why it’s really hard for Wimbledon to make a call on it as well.”


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