Beaten in the final in Stuttgart on Sunday, the former British World No. 1 will not play in the Queen’s.
Andy Murray announced Monday he is due to return to the Queen’s tournament, which takes place this week in London in preparation for Wimbledon, due to an abdominal injury. «Pass the afternoon scanner and I have an abdominal injury that keeps me from being ready for the Queen’s this yearSays Scotland, 47th in the world, in a statement published by the tournament organizers.
On Sunday, after losing in the final to Stuttgart (Germany) for the start of the season on grass against Italian Matteo Berrettini, Murray was admitted to be worried about the state of his abdominals. «I need to take exams to know more”He had declared. «I had a bad abdomen when I served (in the second half of the match), it never happened to me before”Added the former world No. 1, who had delivered his ninth match in two weeks in the final of the German tournament.
Suddenly, Murray said Monday even more “disappointedOf not being able to align with the Queen’s, which he reported 5 times (record), that he had «the déjà joué de bons corresponds to sur gazon»This season. He would have to face Lorenzo Sonego (32) this year in the first round. The Italian will finally be up against lucky looser American Denis Kudla (82nd). The Wimbledon tournament, which Murray has won twice (2013 and 2016), debuts on 27 June.