Five-time champ Andy Murray hasactually withdrawn from Queen’s since of an stomach pressure he chose up in the Stuttgart last on Sunday.
Murray, 35, had a scan on Monday afternoon in London and has chose to avoid the Cinch Championships after it exposed the level of the damage.
Murray hopes to be fit enough to play at Wimbledon, which begins on 27 June.
The British previous world number one may play an exhibit at the Hurlingham Club in London next week.
“After having a scan this afternoon, an stomach injury implies I won’t be fit to complete at Queen’s this year,” Murray stated.
“The competition indicates a lot to me, and it’s frustrating not to complete, particularly after playing some great matches on the lawn currently.”
It is not an injury Murray has suffered priorto and is another harsh obstacle for the three-time Grand Slam champ.
On Monday, Murray climbedup to 47th in the world rankings – his greatest putting giventhat coming back from career-threatening hip surgicaltreatment in January 2019.
Murray has continued to defy the chances because the hip resurfacing operation – where the femoral head is smoothed down and covered with a metal cap – however likewise cameacross anumberof worrying injuries that haveactually stalled his development.
He has played 9 matches on lawn in the past fortnight, havingactually reached the semi-finals at an ATP Challenger occasion in Surbiton priorto his run to the Stuttgart last on the primary trip.
Murray hadahardtime with the left stomach issue in the 3rd set of his defeat by Italy’s Matteo Berrettini in Sunday’s match.
The Scot got medical treatment twotimes and was in noticeable pain when serving.
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