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Old 09-15-2009, 04:57 PM   #256
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Andy Murray put Great Britain 1-0 up in their Davis Cup tie against Poland but aggravated a wrist injury that may rule him out of Saturday's doubles.

He beat Michal Przysiezny 6-4 6-2 6-4 before Dan Evans lost to Jerzy Janowicz in the second rubber of their Europe/Africa Group I relegation play-off.

And Murray revealed he may need a break, saying: "I need to take some time off and let it try and recover.

"I can't make it worse every single day and then by Sunday be struggling."

The world number three added: "I don't want to sacrifice the lot to play in the tie and end up hurting myself so badly that I can't play for a few months.

"Every time I play on it, it's making it worse. You never know how much damage you can do to yourself, you just hope it doesn't get so bad you can't play.

"Four or five days [rest] isn't enough."

Murray, who was out for three months when he injured his right wrist in 2007, admitted he is unsure how long it will take to heal but will see a specialist before deciding whether to play on or not.

"If it takes four months to get better, it takes four months. If it takes a week, then it'll take a week," he added.

"I'll go back up to London, I'll go see the specialist I saw when I hurt my right wrist and make a decision on what I'm going to do next."

And Murray hinted that criticism he received for missing previous Davis Cup matches was one of the reasons he decided to risk the injury against Poland.

Asked whether he came close to missing the tie, he said: "I thought about it but last time something like that happened I spent the next three months answering questions like, 'Are you dedicated enough to play for your country? Does Davis Cup mean anything to you? Is it important enough? Do you feel like you let your country down?'

"It's pathetic. I play hard and I've always enjoyed playing for my country. I came up here on Sunday with the rest of guys, I practised hard.

"I love being around a team atmosphere and every time I feel fit enough to play Davis Cup, I'll play. If I'm not feeling well or I'm hurt, then I can't."

GB captain John Lloyd revealed Colin Fleming will partner Ross Hutchins in Saturday's doubles if Murray is unable to play.

"I would love Murray to play but he's a professional athlete and he knows his body a lot better than I do," said Lloyd.

"He'll go as far as he can but if he can't play three matches, he can't play three matches. I don't know what he's going to say.

"You would think the logic would be to give him another 24 hours rest, give it more chance so that he'd be OK for the singles.

"But then obviously in doubles it does lessen our chance if he is not in and we are taking the risk on it going into the fifth match.

"That could have happened anyway even with Andy playing with Ross, you would still, on paper, make the Poles favourites in the doubles."

The crowd at Liverpool's Echo Arena gave Murray an enthusiastic welcome as he made his first appearance since losing to Marin Cilic in the last 16 at Flushing Meadows.

The 22-year-old capitalised on a couple of sloppy errors from Przysiezny to break in the third game, but was matched the rest of the way in opener.

After Przysiezny clung grimly to his serve in a protracted opening game of the second, Murray accelerated away with breaks in the third and fifth to move into a 2-0 lead.

The third game again proved crucial in the third set as Murray edged ahead and, after a brief wobble as he was taken to break point in the eighth, it proved enough for victory.

Evans, 19, endured a difficult Davis Cup debut as he was comfortably beaten 6-3 6-3 7-6 (7-5) by fellow teenager Janowicz in the day's second match.

Illnesses to both James Ward and Josh Goodhall, who could have been expected to play the second singles match, handed the Birmingham-born player a starring role.

Evans recovered from a break in the opening game of the match, but the world number 302 promptly slipped behind again in the seventh.

A double fault at 5-3 down offered Evans' big-serving opponent three set points, the Pole taking the last courtesy of a double fault.

A mishit shot just clipped the tramline to give Janowicz a crucial break in the sixth game of the second set.

The 18-year-old then clambered back from 0-40 down in the ninth to seal the set with five consecutive points.

Although Evans battled on stubbornly the third set was eventually wrenched from the UK number five as Janowicz powered through to level the tie.

Depending on whether he opts to rest his wrist, Murray may return to action alongside Ross Hutchins in Saturday's doubles match against Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski.

And Lloyd declared himself satisfied with how the first day had panned out.

"On paper it's turned out the way it was supposed to," he said.

"Obviously I didn't think there was any way Andy was going to lose.

"(The second singles) would have been a nice one to win but Janowicz showed the sort of ability he has and I thought Dan overall played pretty well but just couldn't quite hold him close enough."

On Sunday, the reverse singles match-ups bring the contest to a close.

The winner of the Europe/Africa Zone play-off will hold on to their Group I status while the losers will be relegated to Group II.
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GB's Davis Cup fortunes not likely to improve soon says Murray

Published Date: 22 September 2009
By Eleanor Crooks


ANDY Murray has warned British tennis fans not to expect any real improvement in the country's Davis Cup fortunes for the foreseeable future.

The world No 3 made it ten consecutive singles victories in the competition against Poland at the weekend but the hosts still ended up on the losing side and were relegated to Europe/Africa Zone Group II for only the second time ever.

Teenage rookie Dan Evans was the latest to be given a chance alongside Murray at Liverpool's Echo Arena but his debut ended in two straight-sets defeats, with Murray and Ross Hutchins' doubles loss on Saturday contributing to the 3-2 defeat.

Alex Bogdanovic, Jamie Baker, Josh Goodall and Chris Eaton have all been given opportunities to prove themselves in the Davis Cup in recent times without any meaningful success, while they have also failed to improve their rankings significantly.

The malaise in the men's game in Britain is in stark contrast to the women, where Anne Keothavong recently climbed into the world's top 50 while teenagers Laura Robson and Heather Watson have both won junior titles at grand slams.

Murray said: "The boys' side needs to get a lot better. Tennis is a big sport in the UK, with the competitions we have and the money tennis makes, but the level we're at is not particularly good.

"There's a lot of things that need to improve but it's going to take a lot longer than six months. It's until we start getting groups of juniors coming through and pushing up the rankings.

"You have to keep waiting for that batch to come through and it's not going to be in a year's time.

"We didn't have any boys playing in the US Open juniors so it's going to take three, four, five, six years before we have a batch coming through and hopefully the people who are in charge now will be able to produce that."

Davis Cup captain John Lloyd, though, believes there is hope and singled out 19-year-old Evans as someone who could blaze a trail for the younger generation.

"I believe Dan is capable of being a top 100 player, no question about it," he said. "He's going to have to work extremely hard, and I hope this is a week he'll have seen the sort of work you have to do.

"I think we've got other players that have underachieved and we've got some other ones in that next group that I think can make top 100 as well.

"And the 14/15 years olds look promising, too. A lot of the coaches think we've got a good batch there."

A lack of hunger and fight is a criticism frequently levelled at British players as an explanation for their lack of success despite significant investment, and Lloyd admitted there may be some truth in that.

He continued: "Do we need more hunger and steel out there? Yes we do. And maybe going down, we're going to be more ruthless with who we cut out of things.

"We can get tougher, no doubt about it. I think if we do it the right way and dump some guys who should not, and will not be involved in teams if I'm around, I think we can get a good spirit going."

Murray insisted he would still make himself available for the Group II matches, but the feeling from the Scot and Lloyd was it may be time for other players to step up to the plate.

And Evans, for one, is happy to take on the mantle and try to help Britain fight their way back up the ladder.

He added: "Everybody wants to have Andy around but I doubt he's going to come to Nigeria with us if we go there.

"I look back at the week and it's been a good experience.

"I've enjoyed all my time with everybody and the whole squad."
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Murray could miss cup matches, says Lawn Tennis Association

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Lawn Tennis Association chief executive Roger Draper would not object to Andy Murray taking time out from Davis Cup duty following the team's slump into Euro/Africa Zone Group II.

The British number one won his ninth and 10th consecutive singles matches in the competition against Poland at the weekend but the hosts still ended up on the losing side and suffered relegation in Liverpool.

Murray has said he will be available if called upon, but has suggested it might benefit other British players if they are given the chance to play in next year's matches.

That would allow the Scot to focus on his ambitions of winning a first grand slam title, and Draper would sympathise if Murray chooses to step aside.

Draper told BBC Radio Five Live: "I'd completely understand why he'd be making those decisions because at the end Andy should be focusing his attentions on winning grand slams."

Draper explained: "What we want Andy doing is putting his focus on winning slams now. That's where his priorities should quite rightly lie.

"The choice is down to Andy Murray. Of course we'd love him to play for his country, but the reality is that Andy is at a different level now and it may be a fantastic opportunity to start blooding some of these players.

"Now may be the time to get some of these youngsters battle-hardened in tougher environments but you always want to open the door for Andy to play."
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Andy Murray is boosted by results of wrist scan

A scan on Andy Murray’s left wrist yesterday showed a sprain rather than any tendon damage and indicated that the world No 3 will be able to return to competition after a rest of two to three weeks. The Scot, who played three matches in Great Britain’s Davis Cup defeat by Poland at the weekend, is due to compete in the Japan Open in Tokyo from October 5, followed by the Masters 1000 in Shanghai the week after.
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Unfortunately, Andy has to withdraw from the ATP Tokyo Tournament.

Andy is disappointed not to be competing in Japan, but on the basis of medical advice, he has decided to give his left wrist further time to recover.

His injury is improving on a daily basis and Andy is very close to resuming full-training. The wrist will be assessed again this weekend.

Better to be fully fit for the rest of season especically the masters events coming up
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That's a shame he had to withdraw but, as you said Jess, better to be fully recovered for the Masters events coming up. Come back soon Andy
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Thursday, 1 October 2009 07:37 UK

Injured Murray out of Japan Open

British number one Andy Murray has pulled out of next week's Japan Open in Tokyo with an ongoing wrist injury.

The 22-year-old had hoped to return for the event after scans revealed "no long-term damage" to his left wrist.

But Murray, who has been plagued by the problem over the last six weeks, is focussed on playing at the end-of-season ATP World Tour Finals in London.

"There's a big tournament in London at the end of the year and I want to make sure I'm fit for that," he said.

A statement on Murray's website on Thursday said: "Andy is disappointed not to be competing in Japan, but on the basis of medical advice, he has decided to give his left wrist further time to recover.

"His injury is improving on a daily basis and Andy is very close to resuming full-training. The wrist will be assessed again this weekend."

Murray aggravated his injury by playing three matches in three days in GB's Davis Cup loss to Poland last month, and the world number three is keen to feature in November's prestigious ATP season finale at the O2 Arena.

Defending champion Novak Djokovic, world numbers one and two Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal and US Open winner Juan Martin del Potro have also already qualified for the elite eight-man tournament.

January's Australian Open is also figuring in the Scot's thinking.

Speaking after the Davis Cup defeat 10 days ago, he said: "The pain's bearable but I need to decide what to do next.

"It's such a short turnaround at the end of the year, and the preparations for Australia have to be very good because of the conditions so I need to decide when I can fit in a long break.

"Whether that's 14 days or longer, you just have to be careful with wrists and not keep playing when there's something wrong because the problem doesn't go away."

Murray has consulted the same specialist who looked after him when he hurt his right wrist two years ago and was out of action for three months.

"That was a bit of a freak thing," he said. "It came out of nowhere and that was agony. I couldn't even hold a racquet never mind play a match.

"This one feels more like tendinitis, where it's sore and it can get better and worse."
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Wednesday, 7 October 2009 23:23 UK

Murray pulls out of Chinese event

Andy Murray's wrist injury has forced Britain's number one to withdraw from next week's Shanghai Masters 1000.

Murray, who wants to give his injured left wrist more time to heal, has not played since Great Britain's Davis Cup defeat by Poland in Liverpool.

His withdrawal from the Shanghai event follows his decision not to participate in the Japan Open this week.

Murray, who has had the injury for over a month, is keen to play at the end-of-season ATP World Tour Finals in London.

The Scot aggravated his injury by playing three matches in three days in the Davis Cup loss to Poland last month.

Murray has been seeing the same specialist who looked after him when he hurt his right wrist two years ago and was out of action for three months.

"That was a bit of a freak thing," said Murray, after pulling out of the Japan Open. "It came out of nowhere and that was agony. I couldn't even hold a racquet never mind play a match.

"This one feels more like tendinitis, where it's sore and it can get better and worse."
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Take care of that wrist, Andy and hope to see you back fully fit soon. Miss you lots.
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From The Times
October 8, 2009

Andy Murray opts out of Shanghai to preserve his injured wrist

Neil Harman, Tennis Correspondent



Andy Murray still cannot strike the ball as perfectly as he would like and took the decision last night to withdraw completely from this year’s Asian swing.

The world No 3 will miss the Shanghai Masters next week and will probably play only two further events before the tour reaches its climax at the O2 arena in London in six weeks’ time.

As the clamour grew for a longer break in the congested calendar, so Murray came to the conclusion last night that although his left wrist is almost 100 per cent healed, it would be foolhardy to put himself on the line, even for all the tea — and more — in China.

He is now likely to return at the inaugural Valencia Open in Spain from November 2, to satisfy his commitments at the ATP 500 tournament level.

Roger Federer, the world No 1, has already chosen to miss this month altogether, saying that he is exhausted from his strenuous efforts from May to September, when he won two grand-slam tournament titles, lost in the final of a third and helped Switzerland to regain its place in the Davis Cup World Group for next year.

There are stiff financial penalties for anyone missing a Masters event without good reason, but no suggestion has been made yet that Federer will be punished.

The Shanghai event is the first of the year’s nine Masters events that Murray will have missed, the 22-year-old having won the titles in Miami and Montreal on hard courts, losing in the final in Indian Wells, to Rafael Nadal, and reaching the semi-finals in Monte Carlo and Cincinnati, in August, where he first felt the injury. At this time of the year, though, with many miles already on the clock, thoughts inevitably turn to rest and recuperation.

That is not what the breathless organisers of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London next month want to hear, but this year the calls for serious debate on a shorter calendar are noisier than ever.

Andy Roddick, the Wimbledon finalist and world No 6, is one the players calling for a reduction, having lost in his opening round of the China Open in Beijing on Tuesday to Lukasz Kubot, of Poland. “I have not been shy about saying that something’s got to give,” the American said. “There’s got to be time to get yourself right physically and mentally. Right now, that’s just not the case, and you’re seeing it with Roger and Murray being out in Tokyo and now Shanghai and Rafa had a four-month deal [with injury].

“Everyone acts surprised when that happens, but I think the fact that we play all the time and all the sudden something happens, it’s not that surprising. It would benefit tennis to not be so short-sighted and give people time to miss the sport.”
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Thanks, Best that the wrist is alright though, lot's of points coming off but hopefully he can have a few good tournaments before the end of the season especially London
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