Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon

Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon

Two-time Wimbledon winner Andy Murray must withdraw from the London Grand Slam due to injury, the ATP announced on Sunday.

Andy Murray may have said goodbye to his last chance to play Wimbledon (July 1 to 14). The former world No. 1 and double winner on the grass of the London Grand Slam (2013 and 2016) is forced to withdraw from the 2024 edition which begins in a week. Injured at the Queen’s tournament, the Briton must have back surgery and thus give up the English Grand Slam, announces the ATP.

A hard blow for the 37-year-old tennis player, who suggested that this season would be his last, he who would have liked to play one last time in front of his audience before participating in the Olympics one last time. His presence in Paris still remains uncertain with this operation. After the announcement of his selection for his fourth Olympics with Great Britain, he declared that he was not “100% sure” of being able to return to the Parisian clay court.



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