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Murray to go for third consecutive gold at Tokyo 2020

Confirmed: Andy Murray will be part of the British delegation at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which will begin on July 23 and end on August 8. The Scottish tennis player will compete in both singles and doubles, where he will pair with Joe Salisbury.

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His Olympic double

Murray, currently 129th in the ATP rankings, He is the last two-time Olympic champion, as he won the gold medals in London 2012, after beating Roger Federer and in Rio 2016, when he beat Juan Martín del Potro in the final.

Andy Murray won the gold medal after beating Del Potro at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Andy Murray won the gold medal after beating Del Potro at the 2016 Rio Olympics

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One month away from the Olympics, the 166 qualifiers and more

The 34-year-old player returned to play last week after an injury but lost in the Queen’s second round to Italian Matteo Berrettini. Prior to the Olympics, Murray will participate in the Wimbledon Open, tournament that he won twice and starts next Monday

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