It's confirmed, Andy Murray will play in this week's Ethias Trophy in the Belgian city of Mons, a Challenger Tour event that he earlier said he would probably skip after his success at Bangkok.
Britain's Andy Murray has confirmed he will play in this week's Ethias Trophy in the Belgian city of Mons.
The world number 72 had said he was likely to skip the Challenger Tour event after reaching the Thailand Open final at the weekend.
But the 18-year-old has gone back on that decision and is due to open his campaign on Wednesday against Swiss player Ivo Heuberger, ranked 192nd.
Murray is the seventh seed but is the fourth highest ranked player in Mons.
Only the Belgian trio of Olivier and Christophe Rochus and Xavier Malisse, who Murray could face in the last eight, are rated above him by the ATP.
Murray will arrive in Mons, Belgium, on Tuesday, prior to his match the following day.
- Ethias Trophy: Main Draw