Andy Murray Withdraws From Cologne Due To Pelvic Injury
by Staff | October 19th, 2020, 8:36 pm
Andy Murray confirmed his withdrawal from the Cologne 2 event Sunday on Facebook due to lingering pelvic tendonitis. The Former No. 1 was slated to face Danilo Petrovic in his opener.
“I’ve been trying to deal with it in training, and in the matches, and unfortunately after my match here this week it’s flared up again,” he said on Facebook Video.
“I’ve been practicing the last few days and trying to manage it, but after playing some points today, I decided it was not going to be good enough to play.”
The 33-year-old did not commit to a return date. Murray, who lost in the first round of Cologne 1 last week, could play the Paris Masters in two weeks and then possibly Sofia. Otherwise, his 2020 season would be over.
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