Andy Murray comments his withdrawal from the Schroders Battle of the Brits 3rd-place play-off

Andy Murray explained why he withdrew from the 3rd-place match at the exhibition tournament Schroders Battle of the Brits, which took place in the Roehampton, UK.

“Everything is fine with me. It’s just that this week was the busiest in the last seven months. My lower leg hurt a little, so I decided not to take any chances. The result is not important. Sometimes I played well, sometimes my level fell. If I could keep the level that I showed in the first set of the match with Daniel Evans, it would be good, ” Tennis Head quotes Murray.

In the semifinal match of the tournament, Murray lost to Evans with a score of 6: 1, 3: 6, [8:10]. Evans won the tournament by defeating compatriot Kyle Edmund in the final with a score of 6: 3, 6: 2.