Andy Murray withdraws from Cincinnati Masters as injury problems continue

Andy Murray withdraws from Cincinnati Masters as injury problems continue

Andy Murray has pulled out of the upcoming Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati due to an ongoing hip injury.

The British world number one has not played since his WImbledon quarter-final defeat to Sam Querrey, but still hopes to fit for next month's US Open.

Murray said: "Unfortunately I won't be playing in Cincinnati as I continue my recovery. I always enjoy playing there and I look forward to returning next year.

"I'm continuing to work hard on the court with the aim of being in New York," he said.

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