“I Was Feeling Good” – Andy Murray Gutted With New Injury Issues

Published 03/02/2020, 2:02 PM EST


Former World No.1 Andy Murray is unsure when he will return to action after being sidelined from the tour since November. However, his desire to play the Grand Slams again is impelling him to make his latest comeback.

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Murray last competed in the singles of a major at the 2019 Australian Open. He aimed to make a comeback at this year’s Australian Open. However, he forced to pull out of the event due to his latest injury and there are now doubts over his comeback at the Grand Slams. The only thing certain is that Murray is not ready to abandon hope yet.

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“I want to play in the Slams again”: Andy Murray

The three-time Grand Slam winner was gutted to miss the Australian Open 2020. He dreams of playing the Grand Slams again after missing to play the singles in the last three majors.

“I want to play in the Slams again. That is the thing that I have missed over these last few years. Missing the Australian Open for me this year was rough. At the end of last season, I was actually starting to play pretty well, I was feeling good and then this happened,” Murray told BBC.

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“We’ll just have to see”: Murray

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The 32-year-old has only just returned to training after being ruled out from the ATP Tour due to bruising on his pelvic bone. He may need an operation to remove bone growth associated with the surgery. However, he has not completely ruled himself out of the Miami Open, which takes place from 23-30 March.

“I have become quite pessimistic about time frames, issues and stuff because of what has gone on really and what has been said to me,” he added. “I don’t want to say I will definitely be in Miami playing but there is also the possibility that I might have to have something done. We’ll just have to see.” 

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Varun Khanna

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Starting off as a tennis author in 2018, Varun Khanna has gone on to contribute to EssentiallySports in various capacities. After setting up interviews with the likes of Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou, Alizé Cornet, and Noah Rubin, Varun is now part of all major ATP and WTA press conferences and has gone on to pen more than 1300 articles for EssentiallySports. He now heads the tennis and NBA division of the organization.

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