UPDATE: Andy Murray says its ‘unlikely’ he will play french open due to lower back problems. @luciahoff posts “so
#toninadal quick to advise @andy_murray 2take care of his back,not to worry @rolandgarros focus @wimbledon as @RafaelNadalcan be #4 lol” “its not a done deal yet abt @andy_murray and @rolandgarros andy said on his oress conference in rome that he will decide in 4/5 days #back”
Having just levelled his round two match at one set all, Andy Murray retired against Marcel Granollers in the Rome Masters.
The world number two was struggling with a hip problem, but appeared to be getting back on terms in the match having won the second set to level the match at 3-6 7-6(5).
But immediately afterwards, Murray shook his Spanish opponent’s hand and retired, raising concerns over his fitness ahead of the French Open, which begins on May 26.