THREE-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray withdrew from the ATP Washington Open on Friday, hours after a 3am finish that left him crying into a towel following his victory.
The 31-year-old British star, who returned in June from an 11-month lay-off with a right hip injury, also withdrew from next week’s ATP Toronto Masters, citing the fatigue from three gruelling three-set Washington victories.
“I’ve played quite a few matches this week in Washington and I need to be smart with my rest and recovery as I come back from injury,” Murray said.
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Tennis: 19-year old Stefanos Tsitsipas, has defeated World number 11, David Goffin at the ATP 500 Tournament in Washington DC.
- August 4th 2018
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