Andy Murray joins a pair of Spaniards as wild card recipients for the Gijón Open.
The ATP 250-level hard-court event has also honored Spain’s past and future with wild cards.
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Veteran Spanish left-hander Feliciano Lopez, who partnered Murray to the 2019 Queen’s Club crown, has also been awarded a wild card.
US Open boy’s champion Martin Landaluce of Spain was awarded the third main-draw wild card.
🕺🏻¡MARTÍN LANDALUCE JUEGA EN GIJÓN!🕺🏻
El reciente CAMPEÓN🏆júnior del @usopen Martín Landaluce recibe una WildCard de la RFET para #GijonOpen y se une a Feliciano López y Andy Murray
📲 https://t.co/LkAbJ9IMAn pic.twitter.com/g1Jl0TjoUF
— #GijonOpen (@GijonOpen) October 3, 2022
The Gijón Open is set for October 10-16th.
Pablo Carreno Busta, Andrey Rublev and Roberto Bautista Agut are among the headliners. Photo credit: Getty
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