Published: Sun, July 02, 2017
Research | By Elizabeth Houston

Andy Murray pulls out of second match at Hurlingham with sore hip

Andy Murray pulls out of second match at Hurlingham with sore hip

Defending champion Andy Murray will learn later today who he plays in the first round of the Wimbledon Championships next week, but whoever his opponent there will be a sense of trepidation on the part of the World No 1.

But coach Ivan Lendl insisted there is no need to panic even though Murray will now go his first match at SW19 on Monday with only one full match on grass under his belt.

Andy Murray's preparations for the defence of his Wimbledon title have been dealt a blow after he withdrew from his last warm-up match.

Murray, who last played at Hurlingham in 2014, was supposed to take on France's Lucas Pouille at the Aspall Tennis Classic but pulled out after experiencing soreness in his hip.

He contracted shingles after crashing out of the Australian Open and later missed five weeks with an elbow injury before the second of two bouts of flu threatened to wreck his best-laid plans for Roland Garros.

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World No.3 Stan Wawrinka - overwhelmed by Nadal in the French Open final - has never reached the last four at Wimbledon and hence he has been seeded fifth.

But he did admit that Murray has not had enough practise, saying: "The first match on grass is always tricky".

"I don't care how good you are".

Murray was scheduled to play on Friday but has pulled out of action citing a "sore hip". This is a season in which injury and illness have caused much frustration. "There is no guarantee that I won't do well at Wimbledon, but it certainly would have helped to have had more matches".

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