Sir Andy Murray to fly behind to UK to learn full border of bend injury

Murray to fly behind to UK to learn full border of bend repairs
Murray has not done an ideal start to a year (Picture: Getty)

Sir Andy Murray is set to fly behind to a UK this week to bear tests to learn a border of a bend repairs that forced him to repel from a Miami Open progressing this week, reports claim.

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The universe No. 1 has endured a delayed start to 2017 and was knocked out in his opening compare during Indian Wells before to being set to contest in a second Masters 1000 eventuality of a year in Miami.

But a Scot pulled out of a event, along with universe No. 2 Novak Djokovic, due to a right bend problem and he will now fly to London to learn a border of a damage.

The 29-year-old has been suggested to rest for a rest of a week and will benefit a clearer design of a problem once he arrives behind in a UK on Wednesday, according to a Press Association.

While it’s been a formidable start to a year for a world’s top-ranked player, he has seen his lead during a tip of a ATP rankings extended due to a bad form of categorical opposition Djokovic.

However, Murray, who has one pretension to his name so distant this year after his success in Dubai, is now a vital doubt for Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final strife with France in Rouen in only over a fortnight’s time.

Murray missed a first-round tie opposite Canada and Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans are expected to lead a side again opposite what will be a much-fancied French group in a deficiency of a British No. 1.

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