A member of the Big Four at the Gonet Geneva Open

Three-time Grand Slam winner, two-time Olympic champion and former world No. 1 Andy Murray will be playing the Gonet Geneva Open, the 9th edition of which will be held at the Parc des Eaux-Vives from 18 to 25 May. The Scottish has been awarded the first of three wild cards by the tournament.

Andy Murray (ATP 77) will be taking part in the Gonet Geneva Open for the first time, a tournament that his brother Jamie won last year in doubles alongside Michael Venus. Finalist at the French Open in 2016 in a fantastic year that saw him finish as world number one, Andy Murray has proved that he is also capable of shining on clay. The Rome Masters 1000 is just one of the… 46 tournaments he has won in his fabulous career.

Andy Murray, who turns 37 on May 15, is the second member of the ‘Big Four’ to play the Gonet Geneva Open after Roger Federer in 2021, and also the sixth Grand Slam winner. As the only ATP 250 tournament held in French-speaking Switzerland, the Gonet Geneva Open is proud to be able to attract some of the Tour’s greatest champions every year.