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Andy Murray weighs in on calls to boycott Qatar

Andy Murray thinks football players are not to blame for the World Cup being staged in Qatar

Also, some feel that it is the athletes' responsibility to step up and boycott the World Cup

I've also competed in and played tournaments in Qatar and Doha that are on our tour

I don't think it's necessarily the athletes' responsibility where their events are

I think those questions need to be asked to FIFA and the people that are organizing these

In 2019, the inaugural Diriyah Tennis Cup took place in Saudi Arabia

Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, was offered a lucrative amount of money to come and play

But former world No 1 Murray rejected the offer on moral grounds, his agent Matt Gentry revealed earlier

They have done a few exhibition matches where they have paid eye-watering sums of money to get