Murray pulls out of Nottingham event to focus on Queen's and Wimbledon

Andy Murray delays grass-court comeback by withdrawing from next week’s ATP Challenger Tour event in Nottingham to focus on playing at Queen’s and Wimbledon this summer

  • Murray had been due to play his first singles tournament since March 
  • The 34-year-old has been practising at Wimbledon for the past week
  • He plans to be back on court for the cinch Championships at Queen’s

Andy Murray has pulled out of next week’s tournament in Nottingham.

The former world No 1 had been due to play his first singles tournament since March in the Challenger event but is instead focusing on Queen’s and Wimbledon.

Andy Murray has pulled out of Nottingham but still plans to play at Queen’s and Wimbledon

Murray sustained his latest physical problem, a groin issue, in his sleep ahead of the Miami Open in late March and pulled out of the French Open after experiencing further discomfort.

The 34-year-old has been practising at Wimbledon for the past week and will hope to be back on the match court for the cinch Championships at Queen’s Club beginning on June 14.




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