Andy Murray has announced he will miss the remainder of the season as expected. The former world number one has been suffering with this hip injury since the semi-final of Roland Garros about 3 months ago.
Murray took time off after Wimbledon and was hoping to return in Toronto but then withdrew from the tournament and Cincinnati the week after and after arriving and practicing at Flushing Meadows took the tough decision to withdraw and has now called time on his season.
Murray has been to see plenty of experts regarding his hip and taking the rest of the year off is the right decision as much as we want to see him play seeing him play healthy is priority.
Murray has announced that the plan is to be fit for Brisbane at the beginning of next year. The expectancy is that Andy will see specialists and is expecting to go through usual pre-season training in Miami where he was joined by Kyle Edmund last year but could travel to Australia earlier than usual.
Murray has confirmed that he will still take part in the charity match against Roger Federer later this year in Glasgow.