Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray is doubtful for Queen’s and Wimbledon, as reported by inews.co.uk.
Murray, a former world No. 1, hasn’t played since early-March as he has been battling injury struggles.
Murray last played in Rotterdam, where he won his opener at the tournament but then lost in the round-of-16.
Murray, now ranked at No. 123 in the world, had been scheduled to kick off his grass season at this week’s Nottingham Challenger but he withdrew from the tournament.
Now, three weeks away from Wimbledon, Murray is a doubt for the tournament, per report.
Murray has had lots of success on the grass courts of Queen’s Club as he is a five-time champion at the tournament.
At Wimbledon, Murray made it all the way twice — in 2013 and 2016.
Murray provided update on his condition in early-May
“When I got back from Miami, I went through a process of scans. They didn’t show anything serious but I was still having pain,” Murray said in May. “I had to do quite a lot of work in the gym to address some imbalances and lack of range of motion. I’ve been working on that for a few weeks but the positive thing was that I was able to practice pretty much since I got back.
“The last five or six days there has been a definite improvement. I’ve played points the last four days and there hasn’t been residual pain when waking up.”
Recently, British No. 1 junior Jack Pinnington signed with Murray’s 77 Sports Managament.
“Jack is talented and is someone I have trained with a bit over the past few years,” Murray said of Pinnington, as quoted on Sky Sports.
“He’s got potential and the attributes to have a successful career and we are looking forward to helping him on that journey.”