Andy Murray withdraws from a Rogers Cup as Rafael Nadal …

Andy Murray’s uneasy 2017 shows no signs of improving, as a World No 1 was forced to repel from a Rogers Cup since of a hip damage that hampered his Wimbledon campaign.

The 30-year-old’s withdrawal means he could now remove his World No 1 ranking to Rafael Nadal subsequent week. Murray also stays a doubt for a US Open, that starts on Aug 28.

“I am unhappy to be blank a contest in Montreal since we have many good memories from my time in Canada,” Murray pronounced in a matter expelled by Tennis Canada.

“I am doing all we can to lapse as fast as possible.”

The Canadian hardcourt eventuality has been strike by a raft of high-profile withdrawals.

Wimbledon finalist Marin Cilic has also pulled out, as he continues to redeem from a abductor damage he says he suffered in a Wimbledon final opposite Roger Federer.

Meanwhile, three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka will skip a rest of a 2017 deteriorate since of a knee injury, definition he will not urge his pretension in New York.

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The 32-year-old announced on his Facebook page that he had has medicine since of a injury, that contributed to his startle first-round Wimbledon detriment to a unseeded Daniil Medvedev.

“I adore this competition and we will work tough to get behind to my tip turn and play many some-more years,” pronounced Wawrinka.

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“After articulate with my group and alloy we had to make a formidable preference to bear a medical involvement on my knee. This was a usually resolution to make certain we will be means to contest during a tip turn for many some-more years.

“This is apparently intensely disappointing, though we am already looking forward and formulation my recovery. we adore this competition and we will work tough to get behind to my tip turn and play many some-more years.”

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