Andy Murray vs Richard Gasquet LIVE stream: How to watch Cincinnati Masters online
Murray has been slowly working towards a return to playing singles tennis on the ATP Tour ever since undergoing hip surgery after the Australian Open.
A men’s doubles title at Queen’s was followed by a return to Wimbledon in the doubles and a pairing alongside brother Jamie Murray at the Citi Open earlier this month.
The 32-year-old admitted just last month that he wasn’t sure whether he would be able to play competitive singles matches for maybe another year.
But it appears as though the Scotsman has had a change of heart after announcing his plans to play at the Cincinnati Masters.
And he will face a familiar foe in his first round match in Gasquet.
The two have met 11 times previously with Murray coming out on top eight times, although their last meeting was three years ago at the French Open.
Andy Murray vs Richard Gasquet start time
The first round match between Murray and Gasquet is set to get underway at 7pm BST.
Andy Murray vs Richard Gasquet LIVE stream
Coverage of the Cincinnati Masters will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video from August 11, Sunday.
Some of the action will also be available to watch on SkyBet, with Murray vs Gasquet set to get underway at 7pm BST.
This year, Prime Video will broadcast on-site, live studio coverage across tournaments, including at the BNP Paribas Open from Indian Wells, the Fever Tree Championships from The Queens Club, the US Open, and the Nitto ATP Finals from The O2.
On-site field reporters will bring customers the latest action, analysis and commentary right from the court side at many tournaments.
In addition to 37 ATP Tour events and the US Open available exclusively on Prime Video with a Prime membership, Prime members in the UK who subscribe to Eurosport Player through Prime Video Channels for an additional £6.99 per month (following a 7-day free trial) will also benefit from full coverage of the French Open, and daily highlights and live coverage from the men’s and women’s finals of Wimbledon in 2019.
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