Murray withdraws from the ATP Cup
Great britain will compete at the inaugural ATP Cup in Group C in Sydney against belgium, bulgaria and moldova but Andy murray will not be there to lead the britons. Three-time major champion has decided to skip the first event of the season, dealing with a groin injury that has been bothering him in the closing weeks of the season, especially at the Davis Cup Finals in madrid.
This was expected news, ever since murray had to cancel his trip to miami where he was supposed to work in the offseason, opting to stay home and enjoy with his family and three kids, becoming a father for the third time a couple of months ago.
World no. 126 produced one of the biggest comebacks of the season, passing a long way from that emotional Australian Open towards an ATP title in October. Struggling with a hip injury from 2017, Andy had to undergo the second surgery this January, working slowly on the comeback and making a rather remarkable one, winning the doubles title at Queen's in June with Feliciano Lopez before switching focus on more challenging singles duties.