Andy Murray has withdrawn from this week’s ATP event because of a persistent pelvic problem.
The British former world number one first became conscious of the problem at last month’s in the US Open. A scan revealed tendonitis of the psoas.
Murray voice in a Facebook post that he decided to pull out after some practice on Sunday.
“I’ve been trying to deal with it in training, and in the matches, and unfortunately after my match here this week it’s flared up again,” he said.
“I’ve been practising the last few days and trying to manage it, but after playing some points today, I decided it was not going to be good enough to play.”