Andy Murray expected to withdraw from the ATP Barclay’s Final!


Andy Murray will decide on Tuesday whether to pull out of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London after struggling with a groin injury during Monday’s 6-4 7-5 defeat to David Ferrer.

The world number three was one of the favourites for the title before the tournament began, but never looked comfortable during the two hours he was on court at the O2 Arena. Murray revealed after the match that he picked up the problem in his left leg during practice last week, and admitted if the tournament had not been such a prestigious one on home soil then he would not have taken to the court at all.

The Scot said: “I’ll decide tomorrow whether or not I keep playing. “You’ve got to sometimes do the right thing. I didn’t know exactly how it was going to feel on the court today. “I haven’t been able to do too much training this week. I played, I didn’t feel particularly great. I’ll see if I feel any better tomorrow.”



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