Andy Murray says he would like to play in the Laver Cup next year if his ATP ranking allows it.
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The 34-year-old Scot has been outside the world’s top-100 since May 2018 as he s struggled with hip issues in recent years.
The former world No 1 would have easily made the Laver Cup cut in his heyday but has not participated in the event since its inception in 2017.
“I really like the event,” Murray told reporters San Diego where he is playing an ATP 250-level event. “I have seen it and I enjoyed it this weekend.
“It’s a good show for our sport. If my ranking allows me to be selected, I will strongly consider participating and representing Europe.”
Team Europe walloped Team World 14-1 in Boston this past weekend and have won all four Laver Cup editions.
Murray is currently down at No 109 in the ATP rankings but Laver Cup selections aren’t solely based on world rankings.
The selections can be made according to the team captain’s preference.
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