Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has officially withdrawn next week’s Canadian Open in Toronto.
“I always look forward to coming to Canada and it’s the first time I’ve missed the tournament, the guys there do a great job and always look after the players,” said Murray who has won the event three times. “My body needs some recovery time after reaching the latter stages of tournaments over the past few months. I’m sorry to my fans in Toronto but I look forward to being back in Canada next year.”
The tournament is part of a very compact summer which includes the Olympics in early August in Rio, and Murray is the reigning gold medallist.
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