However, that could prove hard with players and officials required to arrive in Australia during a 36-hour window from Thursday and needing to serve a mandatory isolation of 14 days.
Over 1,000 players and coaches have started arriving for this year's event, which has already been delayed by three weeks.
The now-ranked world No.123 was handed a wildcard from Australian Open officials to feature in this year's tournament.
American Tennys Sandgren got special permission to board a chartered flight from Los Angeles bound for the Australian Open on Wednesday despite testing positive for Covid-19 earlier in the week having previously tested positive in late November. "I was sick in November, totally healthy now", Sandgren tweeted. "There's not a single documented case where I would be contagious at this point".
"Players and their teams are tested every day from their arrivals in Australia, a much stricter process than for anyone else in hotel quarantine".
Another added: "Imagine ruining an global tournament and putting a country of millions at risk for Tennys Sandgren". "Upon completion of that review he was cleared to fly", read the statement. The tournament is set to run from February 8-21.
A further six women and six men will travel to Australia as Lucky Losers and undertake 14 days of mandatory quarantine with the rest of the global players.
Six women and six men will also travel to Australia as lucky losers and undergo mandatory quarantine like the rest of the worldwide players, hoping to get a place in the main draw as cover for injuries or withdrawals.
On the men's side qualifiers include 17-year-old ATP Newcomer of the Year Carlos Alcaraz (ESP), former world No.12 Viktor Troicki (SRB), USA's Michael Mmoh, Elias Ymer (SWE) and Australia's Bernard Tomic (Qld) have earned their AO main draw spots after qualifying in Doha.
Murray has been given a wild-card entry into the first Grand Slam tournament of 2021.
It is still hoped that Massu can make the trip following a negative result.
The Australian Open draw will be held on February 4, four days ahead of the start of the main tournament, which ends February 21 with the men's singles final.
Players are due to touch down in Melbourne on chartered planes from seven cities, although the game's biggest stars, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, will arrive in Adelaide and quarantine there.