Hit in the shoulder, the Briton renounces the final phase of the Davis Cup scheduled for next week.
Hard blow for Andy Murray. The Briton withdrew this Saturday from the final phase of the Davis Cup, which takes place from November 21 to 26 in Malaga (Spain). With a shoulder injury, the two-time Wimbledon winner will not face Novak Djokovic in the quarter-final between Great Britain and Serbia.
“I have a slight shoulder injury which means I won’t be able to compete in the Davis Cup”, declared the Scot, 36 years old and 42nd in the world, quoted by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) on X (ex-Twitter). “I’m disappointed not to be able to be part of the team but I’m now focusing on rehabilitation and preparing for the new season.
His 2023 season, which saw him reach the 3rd round at the Australian Open and the round of 16 at the Canadian Masters 1000, is therefore over. See you in 2024 for Murray, who separated from his trainer a few days agoIvan Lendl.