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Andy Murray To Miss Davis Cup Final 8 Due To Injury

Briton has minor shoulder problem
November 18, 2023
Andy Murray in Davis Cup action for Great Britain in September.
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Andy Murray in Davis Cup action for Great Britain in September. By ATP Staff

Andy Murray has withdrawn from the Great Britain squad for the Davis Cup Final 8, the former World No. 1 has confirmed.

The 36-year-old Murray has picked up a minor shoulder injury which has ruled him out of his country’s quarter-final clash with Serbia, which is scheduled to take place in Malaga on Thursday.

Murray played a major role in Great Britain’s run to the Davis Cup title in 2015. Captain Leon Smith can still fall back on a strong squad for the nation’s quarter-final tie, however. Cameron Norrie and Jack Draper will likely lead the singles charge against a Serbia team led by World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, while Smith also has Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski available for doubles selection.

The 2023 Davis Cup concludes in Malaga from 21-26 November, when The Final 8 teams compete in a knockout format to decide the winner of the annual teams event.

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