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Injury worse than expected, Andy Murray abandoned the tournaments

The latest test results show that Andy Murray’s injury seems to be worse than expected, which forced him to add the Miami Open to the list of tournaments that he will miss.

At the end of the 2019 season, Andy Murray showed optimism after defeating Stan Wawrinka in the European Open final in Antwerp. It was his first single title since hip surgery.

The 32-year-old continued with England for the Davis Cup but could only play one game because of a groin injury. That forced former Wimbledon and US Open champions to miss the ATP Cup and the Australian Open earlier this year.

Andy Murray could not come back 4 months later because the injury was more complicated than expected.

After that, Murray planned for his comeback further. Withdrew from Montpellier and Rotterdam but the Miami Open is still the tournament in the schedule. The Masters tournament in the US in March was the place to witness many beautiful memories of tennis players born in 1987 with 2 championships in 2009 and 2013 and 2 times in second (2012 and 2015). Today, however, the Daily Mail released reports that Andy Murray had ignored that plan.

Specifically, it is likely that the English tennis player will miss the clay season due to more complicated injuries than expected plus the physical requirements of the pitch. That means the Miami Open held in late March is also on the missed list of the reigning Olympic champion. According to the UK-based newspaper, Murray can only return when the season starts.

Although Andy Murray’s representative did not give any official feedback on the information, the Daily Mail confirmed that the English tennis player is trying to keep up before ATP events in Nottingham, Queen’s, Eastbourne and Wimbledon. The former world’s No. 1 is expected to kick off with the Surbiton Challenger tournament on June 1.