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Injured Murray withdraws from Toronto clash

British veteran Andy Murray withdrew from his last 16 clash with Italy’s Jannik Sinner at the ATP Toronto Masters on Thursday, citing an abdominal strain.

The 36-year-old two-time Wimbledon champion, who had battled into the third round after a gruelling three-setter against Max Purcell on Wednesday, announced his withdrawal moments before his clash with Sinner was due to get underway.

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“Everyone I have an issue with my abdominal, so unfortunately I’m not going to be able to play this evening,” Murray told fans on court in Toronto.

“I’m really sorry. I feel like I’ve let you down. I’ve rarely been in this situation in my career, and I feel terrible.”

Murray’s withdrawal gave seventh-seed Sinner a walkover into a quarter-final against French veteran Gael Monfils.

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