Andy Murray Will Play Acapulco For The First Time Next February
by Tom Gainey | October 17th, 2013, 11:59 am
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The Abierto de Tenis in Acapulco confirmed via twitter this morning that Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has entered the tournament. Murray will be joined on the hardcourts by David Ferrer when the event runs from February 24-March 2, 2014.

Murray has never played in Acapulco before. This past year Rafael Nadal beat Ferrer in the final which was played on clay. The tournament will be held on hardcourts for the first time in 2014.


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5 Comments for Andy Murray Will Play Acapulco For The First Time Next February

Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

This is indeed great news,especially great for the tourney having Murray on board.


the DA Says:

I wonder if this tournament will eventually become a big competitor to Dubai. I can understand one of the main reasons Andy chose to play it, i.e. same time zone as Indian Wells.


Brando Says:

Not surprised at all. I think Acapulco will surpass Dubai as the pre IW/ MI warm up event. Practicality will be it’s biggest selling point: in addition to the beach, hot latina’s in the local area. No brainer to be honest.


Anna Says:

Acapulco is not the vacation spot it use to be. Drugs. thugs and pollution everywhere. The hotels in the area of the tournament are filled with Federalis and still people were robbed and women were raped last year. No kidding. If it’s hot Latina’s your looking for, best to head to South America, or for that matter, IW has beautiful Latina’s in abundance.


Steve 27 Says:

Orale,Andy!

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