Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray Withdraws from Rogers Cup, Cites Fatigue

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray Withdraws from Rogers Cup, Cites Fatigue

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World No. 2 Murray withdraws from Rogers Cup

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TORONTO - Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has withdrawn from the Rogers Cup tennis tournament beacuse of fatigue.

The world No. 2 men's tennis player and defending Rogers Cup champion made the announcement Monday, saying he needs time to rest after going deep in several recent tournaments.

Murray is coming off his second career Wimbledon victory, beating Canada's Milos Raonic in three sets in the final on July 10. He also beat Raonic in the final of the Aegon International tournament leading up to the season's third Grand Slam.

Wimbledon was the fifth straight time Murray advanced to a tournament final. Prior to the Aegon tournament, the Briton was defeated in three consecutive finals by top-ranked Novak Djokovic, including the French Open. …

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