Andy Murray admits he was unsure of the “severity” of the injury that prevented him from losing to Matteo Beretini just two weeks away in Sunday’s Wimbledon final in Stuttgart.
The former world number one and three-time Grand Slam winner lost 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 to his Italian opponent.
“I do not know the severity of this. I need to test it and hopefully everything will be fine, “said Murray, 35.
During Sunday’s match, Marek needed to be treated on the court by a coach.
The British star suffered a groin problem earlier this year and also underwent career-saving hip surgery in 2019.
“I had a stomach ache when I was serving (in the second half of the match). This has never happened before, “said Scott, who is playing in the 70th final of his career.
Murray said he would not know more until he was seen by doctors in London and did not give any indication as to whether he would be coming forward to start at the Queens Club next week.
“I don’t know anything until I check it out (injury). It’s hard to say anything about the coming weeks. “
The Wimbledon kicks off on June 27 – with 14 days left – Murray has time to recover from match fitness.
“I’ve played a lot of matches, probably the most since 2016 (and his second Wimbledon title).
“It’s been a long time since I’ve played nine matches in 14 days. So it’s probably normal that I feel some things in my body.
Murray described January’s second final of the season after Sydney as “a good week”.
“It wasn’t the way I wanted to finish. I felt like I was playing well enough to win.”
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