The U.S. Open - which she won in 2005, 2009 and 2010 - would mark the 37-year-old Belgian's first Grand Slam appearance since a second-round loss at Flushing Meadows in 2012. Andy played his last match on the 20 of November 2019 when he defeated Tallon Griekspoor 6-7 6-4 7-6 in the Rubber 1 of the Davis Cup. But his return-which began on the singles front in the 2019 US Open Series-peaked with a title at the European Open, an ATP 250 event in Antwerp, Belgium, in October.
Defending U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal said Tuesday he didn't want to travel during the pandemic and would not be entering the tournament.
Murray, ranked No. 129, narrowly missed the direct-entry cutoff, but is set to compete in his first US Open since 2018.
The tournament will take place in a quarantined setting from August 31 to September 13 in NY.
Murray, also the 2008 runner-up in NY, has been on the mend from multiple hip surgeries and is now ranked 129.
Round of 32: $30,000 The 2020 US Open is scheduled to start on 31st August and will end on 13th September in NY.
The United States Tennis Association has announced the prize money details for the 2020 US Open Grand Slam event, in an update on the US Open website. The women's tour resumed this week in Palermo, Italy; the first men's tournament is later this month.
Three-time US Open champion Clijsters came out of a seven-year retirement earlier this year.
The rest of the players who have received a Wild Card from the tournament organization are seven North American male pledges (Brandon Nakashima, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Sebastian Korda, Ulises Blanch, Michael Mmoh, Maxime Cressy and JJ Wolf), and many other feminine (Caroline Dolehide, Usue Arconada, Ann Li, CiCi Bellis, Francesa Di Lorenzo, Robin Montgomery and Whitney Osuigwe).