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Andy Murray is considering surgery and cancel the next tournament: “It is hard, but I have no choice”

By his persistent discomfort in the hip has Andy Murray (ATP 229) is now also officially its participation cancelled at the ATP-tournament in the South of france in Marseille from 18 to 24 February played, as were the organisers Friday known.

The 31-year-old Shot targeted after injuries this year on a comeback and thus had also the tournament in Marseille in his planning included. Murray, however, continues to be much affected of his leg right hip and this is his career in danger. It is possible that he at the Australian Open in Melbourne, his last game played, all he hopes is still at a participation in Wimbledon, which he has twice (2013 and 2016) won.

By the permanent nuisance is currently being re-surgery considered. “It is hard, but I have simply no choice”, please let Murray know. “I looked forward to return to Marseille. In 2008, I won here one of the first titles in my career and that is still a nice memory.”

On the main table of the tournament in Marseille is Murray replaced by the Czech Tomas Berdych.

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