Andy Murray suffers injury and misses the possible last tournaments of his career

LONDON-. Andy Murray He still has no date for his return after his management team confirmed on Friday that the three-time Grand Slam champion will miss upcoming clay court tournaments in Monte Carlo and Munich due to an ankle injury.

Murray, 36, suffered a torn ligament in his left ankle during Sunday's duel in Miami and announced the next day that he would be out “for a long period.”

“At this time, it is unclear how long Andy will be out of action and he continues to evaluate options with his medical team.”

“This is obviously very disappointing news for Andy and he reiterated his desire to be back on the pitch as soon as he can.”

The former world number one sprained his ankle approaching the net at the end of the third set in the duel against Tomas Machac. Murray ended up losing 5-7, 7-5, 7-6 (5).

The Monte Carlo Masters starts on April 7 and the Munich Open the following week.

Murray, who has said he is unlikely to continue playing after the summer, remains hopeful of representing the UK at the Paris Olympics.