Andy Murray withdrawn from an exhibition match Due to Sore Hip Injury

Andy Murray withdrawn from an exhibition match Due to Sore Hip Injury




LONDON (AP) — Andy Murray has withdrawn from an exhibition match in London because of a sore hip, less than a week before the start of Wimbledon.

Murray’s management company said the decision was made as a precaution.


The top-ranked Murray had been scheduled to play two matches at the Aspall Tennis Classic exhibition event at Hurlingham Club this week following his first-round loss at the Queen’s grass-court tournament last week.


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Murray, who won the Wimbledon title last year, is still planning to play the second exhibition match Friday.

Wimbledon starts Monday.
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