Andy Murray confirms withdrawal from ATP World Tour Finals
The British number one had been expected to miss the tournament at the O2
Wednesday 09 October 2013
Andy Murray has withdrawn from the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London next month as he continues his recovery from back surgery.
The world number three went under the knife last month and it had been expected that he would not play again this season.
Murray said on atpworldtour.com: "I'm really disappointed not to be playing this year, I love playing in front of my home crowd, it's a great atmosphere.
"All the players look forward to competing in London and I'll be doing my best to qualify again for the tournament next year."
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