Andy Murray, a Scottish tennis player, has won his first tournament since 2019 by defeating Tommy Paul, the world No. 17, 2-6 6-1 6-2 in the final of the ATP Challenger event in Aix-en-Provence. This victory not only marks his first title since Antwerp in 2019 but also his first clay court title since the Rome Masters 1000 in 2016, which boosts his world ranking to No. 42, the highest in five years. Despite struggling with form and consistency, Murray has managed to defeat three top-20 players this year, and he aims to continue his winning streak as he prepares for the upcoming French Open, which will start on May 22.
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After undergoing hip surgeries in 2018 and 2019, former world No. 1 Andy Murray made a comeback on the court in June 2018. Although his recent victory was in the ATP Challenger Tour, it must have been a gratifying experience for Murray. In 2019, the tennis player had tearfully announced his intention to retire due to persistent hip issues ahead of the Australian Open.
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