Andy Murray, former world number one, says he will not be taking part in any role in the US Open this month. The 2012 champion planned to perform doubles in New York, but has claimed that doubles are completed for him, for the time being. Instead, at next week’s ATP case in Winston-Salem, he will be playing singles before contemplating joining a Challenger Tour tournament during the US Open.
For next week’s case in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Murray took the ultimate wildcard. He will be joining in the mix with Kevin Anderson, Denis Shapovalov, Tomas Berdych and Dan Evans from Britain. Most of the sector is outside the top 50 in the world, and some are outside the top 100, but Murray claims he would have joined the qualification tournament if he lost the doubles match in Cincinnati on Thursday.
Murray, talking to reporters, said that he didn’t feel like he needs to play within the main draw of every single tour event, adding that he has hardly played the last few years, and after having spoken with his team, doubles were at an end for him. Murray’s only other choice at the moment is to go back to the exercise tribunal, but considering the quantity of training and rehabilitation he’s undertaken over the previous few years, he claims it’s not a particularly appealing proposition. Murray will move to China towards the end of the month of September, where he will be playing in Zhuhai and Beijing.
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