- Scot suffers from discomfort during doubles match in Rome
- Murray also turns down wildcard for Geneva ATP tournament
Andy Murray will not compete at Roland Garros this year after suffering from some discomfort during the ATP Masters 1000 event in Rome and will instead attempt to return to singles during the upcoming grass season and Wimbledon.
Murray, who turned 34 years old today, returned to action in doubles after a two-month layoff following his withdrawal from the Miami Open in March with a groin injury. He had travelled to Rome in order to train with top players but he paired up with Liam Broady in doubles, losing in the second round.Continue reading...