Europe Roland Garros: Murray will not party!

Andy Murray will not take out his racket at Porte d’Auteuil. The World No. 2 has officially withdrawn from Roland Garros.

A week after leaving the Rome Masters 1000, the Scottish who suffers from back pain gives up the Grand Slam on the clay “It was a very difficult decision. I love playing in Paris, but after seeking medical advice, I am not able to play, “he explained to officialize his withdrawal.

This is the first time in six years that the British give up a grand slam.

Parisian Grand Slam starts this Sunday. Rafael Nadal (world No. 4) in the men’s draw and the World No. 1 Serena Williams WAT circuit act as favorites.


1 comment

  1. Reply Post By Allena Demont

    Back pain is not generally caused by a serious condition and, in most cases, it gets better within 12 weeks. It can usually be successfully treated by taking painkillers and keeping mobile.*^,.

    With kind regards

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