Andy Murray suffers injury scare just days before Wimbledon as he's forced to pull out of second exhibition game

Andy Murray has pulled o


t of his final warm-up match before Wimbledon due to his sore hip. The world No

1 is determined to start the defence of his Wimbledon title on Monday but will be badly short o

f grass-cour

t match practice. The Scot said: “Sadly I won’t be ready to play at The Hurlingham tomorrow, my hip is still sore and I need to rest it today, and likely tomorrow.” Murray lost in the s

emi-finals of the French Open on June 9 but after a week at home, he lost in the first round of the Aegon Championships at Que

ens Club to world No 93 Jordan Thompson. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now Read MoreWimbledon 2018Latest NewsOrder of playWimbledon ticketsControversial outfits He had been du

e to play Frenchman Lucas Pouille at Hurlingham on Tuesday but he pulled out of playing as a precaution because of his hip. Now the condition appears more serious – and he will start the

grass-court Grand Slam without winning a match on the surface since the final last year. It is the latest blow to the Scot since becoming world No 1 l

ast November. (Image: Action Plus via Getty) He lost in the fourth round of the Australian Open – and was later discovered to have been suffering from shingles. Murray then had an elbow injury and flu which caused him to pull out of Miami. The Olympic champion suffered a run of winning only five out of 10 ma2020第95竹期新跑狗图 tches before appearing to refind his

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As defending champion, Mu

rray is scheduled to play the first match on Centre Court on Monday. The draw will be made on Friday morning.

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