Tennis: Andy Murray Decides to End Comeback Season Early
Andy Murray has chosen to end his rebound season early, saying he needs to be in the ideal shape before the beginning of the 2019 season.
Andy Murray will end his season after Shenzhen and Beijing: “We are going to focus on some intense reconditioning / training blocks in the next couple of months with a view to being in the best possible shape for Australia in January.”
— Stuart Fraser (@stu_fraser) September 22, 2018
Britain’s previous world number one intends to play in the Shenzhen and Beijing competitions throughout the following two weeks.
However, he would not play in both of the two Masters events in Shanghai or Paris in October.
The 31-year-old, Murray had hip medical procedure in January and has just played nine matches this year subsequent to coming back to the ATP Tour in June.
He pulled back from Wimbledon on the eve of the competition and lost in the second round at the US Open on his arrival to Grand Slams.
Andy Murray has decided to end his season after Shenzhen and Beijing.
Murray …. ‘to give me the preparation time I need to get ready for a strong 2019’.
Plans ‘intense conditioning/training blocks in next couple of months to be in best possible shape for Australia’.
— David Law (@DavidLawTennis) September 22, 2018
Andy Murray announces that he will be shutting down his season after playing Shenzhen and Beijing in order to focus on being physically ready for Australia. Tone of message is positive. More @MailSport
— Mike Dickson (@Mike_Dickson_DM) September 22, 2018
So it’s Shenzhen, Beijing .. and then an elongated pre season training block for Andy Murray, who has decided to end his season early to get himself in the ‘best shape possible’ for 2019
— Russell Fuller (@russellcfuller) September 22, 2018
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