Andy Murray is ruled out to play the Davis Cup

Andy Murray returns a ball during his match against Alexander Zverev at the BNP Paribas Open, the Indian Wells Masters 1,000, at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, California.

Andy Murray, who was eliminated from Indian Wells this Wednesday, assured that it is not among his plans to play the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid because he doesn’t deserve to be on the team.

The Briton, who had a good week in the Coachella desert, fell to Alexander Zverev in two contested sets, after which he left his participation in the next Davis Cup in Madrid on the air in November.

“I have given a lot for the Davis Cup and sometimes it has hurt me physically. It happened to me the last time in 2019”, Murray said.

The one who was number one in the world injured his hip in the 2019 tournament, in the tie against the Netherlands, and could not compete again until September 2020, with the pandemic in between.

“Right now he doesn’t look like I’m playing. Obviously the decision will be up to Leon (Smith, British captain), but I don’t think he deserves to be on the team. Norrie and Evans are having a great year, Liam Broady is close to the top 100 and we have a great doubles team (Salisbury and Jamie Murray). “

“I do not plan to play the tournament, it also ends very late and then you have to be in Australia early. I’m going to rest and let my body breathe, “said Murray.

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