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Andy @ the Thailand Open 2013

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Oh.............!!

http://www.thailandopen.org/2013/news.php?nid=1092
Murray withdraws Thailand open.



The Thailand Open regrets to announce that Andy Murray has withdrawn from this year’s tournament. Andy’s management has informed us that he will be undergoing a surgical procedure this coming week, and they will be issuing a full press release shortly. We wish him a full and speedy recovery and look forward to welcoming him back to the Thailand Open in the coming years.

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This will surely put him out of Tokyo too?
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He really should have had surgery in November when WTF is over, he's going to be sore for weeks I would assume.
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Playing no 500's this year  would mean he was penalized though wouldnt it?

Surely it is just a minor surgical procedure
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Do we assume this is for his back?
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Playing no 500's this year  would mean he was penalized though wouldnt it?

Surely it is just a minor surgical procedure

Isn't Tokyo a 500? He will probably play there, I was just saying that surgery might put that in doubt.
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Do we assume this is for his back?

Yes, wise assumption.
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Why would he have his back op now when it would put him out for the rest of the year?
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Perhaps he thought this was the best time to have it done before the end of the year. Before going to Australia and having to play 5 sets of tennis. It has been a problem for him and he feels it has to be done.
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I'm going to wait and see what the announcement is. Back surgery is no biggie nowadays.. I should know.

He's young, healthy, fit, strong, and has a fantastic team around him.
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Why would he have his back op now when it would put him out for the rest of the year?
Perhaps because he would do more damage by playing on, I suspect it will be  keyhole surgery, and that he will be over it very quickly. I had keyhole surgery to remove a spur ( a piece of bone) from my shoulder which was trapping the nerve, within the week I was able to move my arm without any pain.
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We are making assumptions.  There are many reasons for someone  to have a 'surgical procedure'.  If it was serious surely he would have withdrawn from Tokyo as well.  Isn't there only one week between Thailand and Tokyo?
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I will put money on this not being his back
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Good getting his back sorted.
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I will put money on this not being his back
Don't put too much money on it!
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