Andy will play the Aegon Championships till he will retire
Andy Murray’s most successful tournament is by far the Aegon Championships at the Queen’s Club. The Brit has won the event five times, and he considers it as the best possible preparation for Wimbledon. For this reason, Andy has committed to play the tournament for the rest of his career.
Why I love the tournament
During a recent interview, Andy commented
“I’ve always loved playing the event, and I’m really happy to know that I will play at Queen’s for as long as my career lasts.
My first ATP World Tour match win came at Queen’s in 2005, so for it to become by far the most successful tournament of my career is a great feeling. Looking at the names that have won the tournament four times – some of the best players ever – winning it five times means a lot to me.”
From the organization
Andy’s commitment is very important for the organization. Stephen Farrow, the tournament director, commented
“To know that Andy will play at the Queen’s Club for the rest of his career and that the BBC will cover it every step of the way is a huge boost in what is an exciting and important year for the Aegon Championships with our stadium capacity increasing by 30%.”