Epic Andy Murray performance as he saves matches points to win Of all the performances Andy Murray has served up since his hip surgery in 2019, this may have been his most epic. Kevin Palmer Share
Andy Murray has been added to the main draw of the US Open following the withdrawal of Swiss star Stan Wawrinka, doing so at a Grand Slam for the first time since his injury comeback. 39 comments
The positive news for Murray is that the groin injury does not appear to be serious. After returning from Miami, a series of scans ruled out a joint-related problem or torn muscles.
Even though Andy Murray looked completely fit at the recently concluded Rotterdam Open 2021, he caught an injury recently. As per reports, Murray is currently suffering from a left groin injury and cannot even train right now. “I woke up in the middle of the night at about 2:30, rolled over, and felt like my groin was a bit sore,” said Murray in a recent interview. “When I got up at six in the morning to go to the toilet, I was in a lot of pain walking.
Murray has shown remarkable patience to continually return to the tedium of rehab after four years of injury setbacks but there is a limit to even his patience. “I really just want to be on the ...
Andy Murray’s latest moves suggest he is not planning to walk away from tennis any time soon He signed up for the second tournament in the German city this week, but won’t feature after being forced to withdraw due to a pelvic injury.
December 28 – Murray pulls out of the Australian Open and ATP Cup due to injury. January 16, 2020 – Announces he will also miss tournaments in Montpellier and Rotterdam. February 25 – Reveals he may need further surgery on his latest injury.
Andy Murray gave an update on his niggling quad injury ahead at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The 34-year-old gave an honest assessment of how he is feeling, which was largely positive. Related articles
Former World No. 1 Andy Murray has been making slow but steady progress after his comeback to the ATP tour. He recently received a positive update when he climbed up in the ATP Rankings. Despite losing in the European Open 2021 pre-quarterfinal to Diego Schwartzman, the British player will gain positions when the rankings get updated this Monday.