After a poor US Open campaign, Andy Murray will look to get back on track in Asia when he takes on Chinese wildcard Ye Cong Mo in his Zhuhai opener.
Playing styles and prediction
Mo hasn’t really competed outside of China before and mainly competes on the ITF tour although he played a Challenger event prior to this week. Now the wildcard will look to cause a seismic shock as he looks for confidence and a place inside the world’s top 600.
Murray will look for consistency on serve as he will look to be as aggressive as possible on return against an unfamiliar opponent. The Brit will hope to use this week as a platform to be more consistent when being aggressive and the three-time Grand Slam champion should start that bid with a dominating straight sets win.
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