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Andy Murray to miss 2020 ATP Cup because of Injury

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The three-time Grand Slam champion, 32, was intending to play in his first Grand Slam singles occasion since Melbourne a year back, when he reported that his profession may be over a direct result of damage.

Because of a pelvic issue, Andy Murray will stop his 2020 beginning and won’t come back to the courts until at any rate February.

Previous world No. 1 Andy Murray won’t have the chance to make an enthusiastic come back to the Australian Open one month from now in the wake of deciding his recuperation from a pelvic issue isn’t far enough along.

The 32-year-old will swearing off January designs that included propelling his 2020 battle at the new ATP Cup. Murray supported his most recent damage at November’s Davis Cup Finals in Madrid and recently dropped his typical off-season preparing hinder in Miami.

“I’ve endeavored to get myself into a circumstance where I can play at the top level and I’m gutted I’m not going to have the option to play in Australia in January,” Murray said in an announcement to Tennis Australia.

“Sadly I’ve had a mishap as of late and as a safety measure, need to work through that before I get back on court competing.”

This past January, Murray alluded to conceivable retirement in Melbourne subsequent to opening up about industrious agony with his correct hip.

He fell in five sets to Roberto Bautista Agut in a vital first-round conflict at the season’s first major, before experiencing a fruitful reemerging technique. He later returned in June, promptly winning the Queen’s Club pairs crown with Feliciano Lopez, and proceeded to catch October’s Antwerp singles title over Stan Wawrinka.

In the event that the modified timetable holds up and Murray expands his wellness to an ideal level, the three-time significant boss means to start his sixteenth year on visit at the ATP 250 competition in Montpellier, France. He is as of now positioned No. 125.