Andy Murray’s Wimbledon Hopes Dashed Due to Back Injury: Eyes Paris Games Instead

Andy Murray’s Wimbledon Hopes Dashed Due to Back Injury: Eyes Paris Games Instead

Andy Murrayat 37 years old, will not be able to play one last Wimbledon (July 1 to 14) after the back injury he suffered in his Queen’s first round match with Australian Alexei Popyrin.

Andy has had surgery for a cyst on his back and the deadlines do not allow him to be on the big grass. He had to retire in the second round at Queen’s with the Australian Jordan Thompson, with an unfavorable score of 4-1.

Murray was in a very good moment, as demonstrated by the fact that he had beaten Carlos Alcaraz in a training set.

The local idol, champion at the All England Club in the 2013 and 2016 editions, will try to arrive in time for the Paris Games (July 27 to August 4).

The International Tennis Federation has granted him an invitation to be in the draw as double Olympic gold in singles (London 2012 and Rio 2016) and champion of three ‘Grand Slam’ titles.

Goodbye in Paris 2024

At the conclusion of the Olympic event is when Murray plans to hang up his racket after a career with 46 wounds conditioned by his hip operation in 2019. Since then, He plays with a prosthesis that has not prevented him from returning to the ‘top100’ and winning one last crown in Antwerp.

2024-06-23 11:45:59
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