ANDY MURRAY will be out of the top 170 of the world rankings despite the fight at Indian Wells.
34-year-old Brit reached the third round at the Masters 1000 event in the California desert.
He fought to defeat Spanish teenager Carlos Alcales and was overtaken by world’s No. 5 Alexander Zverev.
But he will get some points from it, but he will lose the 250 he got in October 2019 Winner of the European Open in Antwerp..
This shows that the three Grand Slam champions are at least 50th down from the current ranking of No121.
Murray’s victory in Belgium two years ago would normally have fallen a year ago, but for a pandemic ATP has adjusted its ranking system.
With that title, the former world No. 1 defeated Ugo Humbert in the semi-finals and Stan Wawrinka in the finals-come from setdowns in both games.
That was his first tennis Title since hip resurfacing surgery in January 2019.
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When Malay He hasn’t won three games in one ATP tour-level tournament yet, as he continues to fight back to full strength in the suffering of other injuries.
But the signs of Murray are encouraging.
He reached the third round at Wimbledon and pushed Stefanos Tsitsipas to more than five sets at the US Open. Held himself against Zverev After defeating Alcales in 3 hours.
It was a turbulent tournament for Muzah at Indian Wells.
Not just throwing Armpit serve when defeating a Spanish teenager, Murray had him “Smelly” tennis trainer and attached wedding ring stolen From under the car.
Thankfully he Reunited with them and returned to a good book with his wife Kim Returned to England.
But Murray revealed what he would do Skip this year’s Davis Cup -He doesn’t feel right for his position on the team compared to the forms of Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie.
“I don’t think I’m playing right now,” Scott said.
“Obviously it depends on Leon [Smith], But I’m not sure if it’s worth playing for that team.
“Cam and Dan had a great year. Liam Broady is currently in the Top 100 and has some very strong doubles.
“I have no plans to play the Davis Cup so far, I have a late finish and an early departure to Australia, so I’ll give my body a chance to take a break and take a break on a schedule from now to the end of the year. Please give me.
“And I want to be able to spend as much time with my family as possible during the off-season, because I’ve been away from it lately. It will be the same when I go to Australia.”
Andy Murray falls out of the top 170 in the world tennis rankings despite his fighting performance at Indian Wells
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