US Open:Andy Murray Withdraws Because of Hip Injury


Andy Murray has hauled out of the US Open two days before the begin of the competition in New York subsequent to neglecting to recuperate from hip damage. The English world number two, 30, has not played since Wimbledon, when he was hampered by the damage as he lost to Sam Querrey in the quarter-finals.

Murray rehearsed all week yet said on Saturday the damage remained an issue. “It’s excessively sore for me, making it impossible to win the competition and at last that is the thing that I was here to attempt and do,” said the Scot. The 2012 US Open champion was because of face American world number 104 Tennys Sandgren in the first round.

It is the first run through since the French Open in 2013 that Murray has pulled back from a Terrific Pummel competition. Absolutely, Murray’s mix of wounds and absence of wins has left his 2017 battle as one to overlook, particularly after he went 78-9 by and large in 2016 with nine titles, featured by triumphs at the Rio Olympics and Wimbledon. Murray is likely prepared for this season to end and arrangements for 2018 to start.

Murray’s withdrawal required a reshuffle in the draw for the US Open. Marin Cilic and Alexander Zverev are currently the best seeds in the base portion of the draw, with Federer and Nadal the most astounding seeds in the best half. This will be just the second Amazing Hammer competition Murray has missed since Wimbledon in 2007. He additionally hauled out of the French Open in 2013 in light of back damage, for which he in the end required an operation.