The fourth-ranked Andy Murray left a loophole for a participation in the tournament "Masters 1000" in Monte Carlo from the 13th of April.
The Scot initially announced that certainly he would miss the start of the season on clay in Europe, because of his upcoming wedding with Kim Sears on the 11th of April.
"Only after the wedding, Kim will take a final decision for whether it makes a sense for me to play in Monte Carlo. Moreover, my participation there is unlikely," said Murray for the British newspaper Daily Mail.
Andy is not in the list of the tennis players, but if he still decides to participate in Monaco, he will receive a "wild card" from the organizers.
The finalist of the Australian Open revealed that he planned the honeymoon, which, however, will be after the end of the season in the ATP in November.