ATP – Andy Murray says injury has been bothering him for a while now
Tennis – Murray says he needs to sort it out before playing again
Tennis – World no. 2 Andy Murray has said that the injury that forced him to pull out of his second round match at the ATP Rome Masters has been bothering him for a while now and that he wants to make sure it gets okay before playing again.
Speaking to the press, Murray commented, “I pulled out because there is a good chance I wouldn’t be playing tomorrow. We’ll have to wait for Paris. I’d be very surprised if I were playing in Paris. I need to make plans and see what to do. Tonight I’ll speak with the physio and come up with a plan for the next few days and then make a decision on Paris after the next five days. I’ll need to take some days off and see how it settles down. I’ll try and get it sorted but its been an issue for some while. So I want to make sure that it’s something that I can sort out. It’s not enjoyable to play now.”
Murray said he may be forced to skip the French Open which begins in Paris in ten days time.