Andy Murray calls time on his season following Paris Masters wildcard decision
Andy Murray appears to have ended his season after he was left off the list of wildcards entries for the Paris Masters next month.
Murray has had a very difficult and highly frustrating 2020 after the initial signs looked very positive at the start of the year.
Last October, he won the European Open in Antwerp, his first singles title since returning from major hip surgery to add to the doubles title he won at Queens.
However, he struggled with a pelvic problem at the Davis Cup in November, and was unable to play any ATP tournaments before the Tour was suspended due to the coronavirus crisis.
He did make it back to play in the US Open and French Open, winning just one match out of three, and took part in the first of two events in Cologne earlier this month.
He had been due to play the second part, but pulled out due to tendinitis, again in his hip.
Now, though, it appear that his season is over, and attention will turn to his attempts to recover fitness and some of his old sparkle before the Australian Open in January.
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