"So disappointing": Andy Murray’s mother lambasts media after leak of medical report

Monday, 24 June 2024 at 15:49
Former world number one Andy Murray’s mother, Judy Murray, has criticised the leak of his son’s medical report. The three-time Grand Slam winner suffered a back injury during the Queen’s Championship during the round of 16 clash against Australia’s Jordan Thompson.
After that injury, Murray underwent surgery, which raised doubts about his participation in the upcoming mega-events. The English media outlet the Independent reported on Sunday that the 37-year-old has been ruled out of the upcoming third Grand Slam of the year after developing a cist following the injury.
Murray’s mother Judy, in a post on her official account on the social media platform X — previously known as Twitter — where she lambasted the leak of his son’s medical report. She also stated that it is incorrect to claim that the Britain’s tennis star has been ruled out of the mega-event. “When your private medical details are leaked to the media by someone you thought you could trust. So disappointing. And – FYI – not ruled out yet,” she wrote.
Wimbledon 2024 is set to begin from the first of July where players from all over the world will participate to showcase their talent at the highest level. Murray has struggled with fitness concerns throughout his career, and it was because of this reason he decided to retire after the Australian Open in 2018. Miraculously, he returned to the court after some time and has continued to play at the highest level.
This year, Murray once again struggled with fitness concerns. Earlier, he suffered an ankle injury that ruled him out of action for two months. The Glasgow-born star has recently hinted that he would like to retire after playing Wimbledon and the Paris Olympics.
Murray has a fabulous record while playing at Wimbledon, where he won two out of his three Grand Slam titles. His first title on home soil was back in 2013 when he defeated Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in straight sets with a score of 6–4, 7–5, 6–4. His second Wimbledon was in 2016 when he defeated Canada’s Milos Raonic in the final in straight sets with a score of 6–4, 7–6(7–3), 7–6(7–2).

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