When does Andy Murray play next? Moselle Open second round details and how to watch
British tennis star continues comeback from hip injury with excellent win over world No 26 Ugo Humbert
Andy Murray produced one of his best performances in years to defeat world number 26 Ugo Humbert in the first round of the Moselle Open.
British wildcard Murray came from a set down to beat the French sixth seed 4-6 6-3 6-2.
Humbert, 23, is the highest ranked player Murray, who has been beset by injury in recent years, has beaten this season.
When does Andy Murray play next?
Murray will face Canada’s Vasek Pospisil in the second round. The game will start at approximately 5pm on Wednesday 22 September.
How to watch Andy Murray - TV and stream details
Viewers and fans are able to watch the Moselle Open, from Metz, via https://www.tennistv.com/
What has Andy Murray said?
In the aftermath of his win over Humbert, former world No 1 Murray said that winning was everything to him still.
He explained: “There are two things that matter — your effort and your attitude, which is probably No 1 as that’s what you can control. For me sport is about that. You either win or lose.
“Winning is what sport is all about, and if you can play great whilst doing that even better. But if you can’t, and you don’t play your best, then winning is a great feeling.
“That’s why I am still playing. I have little goals — to get to 700 wins on tour. I’m not particularly interested in losing and playing well.
“I thought I had a good game plan, I executed it pretty well, and it came through in the end. I had some chances early in the first set and didn’t take them.
“[Humbert] played a little bit better when he had his opportunities. In the second and third set, it was the other way.”
How old is Andy Murray?
Former world No 1 Murray is now 34 years old. The Scot has undergone two right hip surgeries in the past three years.