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Andy Murray will be present at Roland Garros. Eleven days after his defeat in the second round of the US Open against Felix Auger-Aliassime (6-2, 6-3, 6-4), the Scotsman will continue with the Internationals of France (from September 27 to October 11) since he received, this Monday, a wild card from the organizers. It is a rebirth for the 33-year-old player who, before his New York exploit on September 1 against Yoshihito Nishioka (4-6, 4-6, 7-6, 7-6, 6-4), n ‘had no longer contested in Major since the Australian Open 2019.‌

In the men’s final draw, the other seven invitations were sent to French players: Elliot Benchetrit (214th), Quentin Halys (156th), Hugo Gaston (236th), Antoine Hoang (126th), Maxime Janvier (203rd), Arthur Rinderknech (163rd) and (411th), the winner of the last Australian Open Juniors.

In women, Eugenie Bouchard, finalist of Wimbledon 2014 who fell to 167th place in the world, received an invitation, unlike. The Bulgarian Tsvetana Pironkova (156th), semi-finalist of the last US Open, was also invited. For the rest of the six other wild cards for the women’s final table, we find French players: Clara Burel (ranking not communicated), Elsa Jacquemot (589th), Chloé Paquet (182nd), Pauline Parmentier, Diane Parry and Harmony Tan ( not communicated).

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