Daniel Evans and Andy Murray get French Open doubles wildcard ATP Tour


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Evans and Murray receive French Open doubles wildcards

Five all-French teams also received wild cards

May 22, 2024

Daniel Evans and Andy Murray last played together last year in Washington.

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Daniel Evans and Andy Murray last played together last year in Washington.
Written by ATP Staff

Daniel Evans and Andy Murray were one of the doubles teams to receive wild cards to the French Open on Wednesday.

The Britons have played together twice before, reaching the second round at the 2017 French Open in Paris and last year's Mubadala Citi Washington Open in Washington.

This will be Murray's second time participating in a Grand Slam doubles draw since the 2008 US Open. He last played doubles in 2019 at the Wimbledon Grand Slam with Pierre-Hugues Herbert.

Murray, who is ranked 345th in the PIF ATP doubles rankings, has played doubles this year in Brisbane (with Holger Ruhn) and Miami (with Sebastian Korda). Evans also competed in two doubles matches this year, in Los Cabos (with Jack Draper) and Acapulco (with Henry Patten).


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The other six teams that have won French Open wild cards are all French duos. Quentin Harris/Nicolas Mahut, Grégoire Barrell/Lucas Pouille, Richard Gasquet/Hugo Gaston, Dan Aded/Theo Arriba Qi, Alexander Muller/Luka Sanchez and Titouan Droge/Giovanni Mpesi Perikad will all participate in the clay court professional competition.

The French Open will be held from May 26 to June 9.


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