As revealed by Andy Murray himself to the Daily Express, former world No. 1 player is determined to attend the Cincinnati Open as well as the US Open 2020.

Murray is determined to attend the US Open

Andy Murray braved the danger, attending the US Open. As revealed by Andy Murray himself to the Daily Express, former world No. 1 player is determined to attend the Cincinnati Open as well as the US Open 2020.

The reason is that Murray wants to accumulate points, and attending a Grand Tournament. Slam is no better thing for a point goal. In addition, the fact that some players like Nadal, Federer, or Kirgios decided not to attend the tournament will give Murray the opportunity to go deeper than ever.

US Open 2020 reduced the bonus

The organizer of US Open 2020 has just announced the reward this year. The most remarkable point is that the total prize money of the US Open 2020 is 53.4 million USD, lower than the previous year of 57 million USD. The reason for this decline is because the tournament will have no audience and some big stars like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, or Ashley Barty.

Sharapova admits she still loves tennis

On February 26, Maria Sharapova announced her decision to bid farewell to her illustrious tennis career. In an interview with Tennis World USA recently, Sharapova admitted half a year of not practicing and completely not playing professionally, she felt very bad about top tennis.

Sebastian Vettel has always been praised

Ferrari’s German driver caused a lot of fuss, especially during the race with Lewis Hamilton. However, Hamilton himself as well as many other riders praised Vettel, that besides the stressful races, the Ferrari star is a nice guy.

Gaethje threatened both Khabib and McGregor

Ali Abdelaziz – Justin Gaethje’s representative stated that his client was eager to face Khabib Nurmagomedov in the UFC championship match. According to the disclosure, also because of UFC President Dana White’s approval for a great battle with Gaethje, McGregor announced his retirement in June recently.

Zverev is looking for a new coach

Alexander Zverev had an unsuccessful stage and has now fallen to 7th in the world despite climbing to the 4th. Therefore, the German tennis player is looking for a new coach, in order to return to the races.

Recently, Alexander Zverev has 15 days of trial with former world No. 3 David Ferrer. However, the results are not too satisfactory and Zverev is still looking for more coaches.