Andy Murray withdraws from Rome Masters due to fatigue
Andy Murray has pulled out of the ongoing Rome Masters citing fatigue and intends to be back in time for the French Open starting May 24. The World No. 3 was scheduled to play David Goffin in the third round today.
Murray came into the Rome Masters on the back of a 9-match winning streak which included titles in Munich and Madrid. The 2-time Grand Slam champion won opened his Rome campaign with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Jeremy Chardy on Wednesday.
"My legs were a bit tired at the start but they started to feel better after a few games, “ Murray said after the match.
Andy Murray has pulled out of the Italian Open because of fatigue. pic.twitter.com/AfLTfzy5L7— BBC Tennis (@bbctennis) May 14, 2015
Murray reached the semifinals at Roland Garros last year.