Andy Murray won’t play on the French Open and can as a substitute give attention to making ready for the grass-court season.
The British former world primary performed doubles with Liam Broady on the Italian Open however turned down a wildcard for this week’s Geneva Open.
Murray’s doubles return was his first match since March, after he pulled out of the Miami Open with a groin harm.
It’s believed the 34-year-old remains to be feeling some discomfort and, due to this fact, has chosen to overlook the French Open.
Murray is now again in London making ready for the grass-court season earlier than Queen’s and Wimbledon.
Queen’s begins on 14 June and Murray not too long ago mentioned he “can’t wait” to play in entrance of British followers once more on the west London membership occasion.
There may be different choices for him to play on the grass-court circuit.
‘Wimbledon is his greatest Grand Slam probability’ – evaluation
Russell Fuller, BBC tennis correspondent
Murray has been capable of play simply 11 tour stage matches since successful the European Open in October 2019.
Pelvic and groin accidents, plus a bout of Covid, have annoyed his makes an attempt to compete on the elite stage since successful the title together with his steel hip in Antwerp.
The choice to skip the French Open appears a realistic one, as Wimbledon is by far and away his greatest probability to make some inroads at a Grand Slam.
His will play at Queen’s Membership in mid-June, and can be very welcome in both Stuttgart or on the Challenger occasion in Nottingham the week earlier than.
However in fact there are not any ensures, because the 34-year-old has discovered lengthy intervals of health elusive for greater than 4 years now.