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Andy Murray won the first ATP title in two years

Andy Murray won the first ATP title in two years

The up-and-coming 32-year-old Andy Murray defeats Wawrinka 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the European Open 2019 final to win the ATP championship for the first time since his hip surgery.

This is also Andy Murray's first ATP title since Dubai 2017. Earlier this season, the world's No. 1 former player underwent surgery for the second time to perform a metal bone implant on his hip.

After returning to the men's singles competition, Murray attended seven tournaments and the ATP 250 in Antwerp, Belgium marking the 46th ATP title of his career. Murray is ranked 243 in the world, having become the lowest-ranked player to win the ATP title, since Pablo Andujar in Marrakech last year while being at 355 in the ATP rankings.

In the final, Murray saved 8/12 break-points in the face and successfully used half of the 10 chances of breaking serve of Stan Wawrinka, before finishing the final victory after 2 hours 27 minutes.

The European Open Championship 2019 earned Murray 109,590 euros in bonuses and 250 ATP points, while in Wawrinka it was 59,255 euros and 150 points similar.