His hip injury has meant he hasn't played much, so has pretty much constantly been out injured for the last two years. He hasn't played 6 of the last 8 grand slams. A tennis ranking resets every 12 months. If he doesn't play the US Open this year he will drop even lower than his current WR 225.
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Andy Murray sports a moustache as he does a Ron Burgundy to declare his ‘love’ for San Diego. His low ATP Ranking has also meant he has also been handed tough draws at the Grand Slams and he is yet to make it to the second week of a major since 2017 with a third-round exit at Wimbledon this year his best display.
Andy Murray's year really shows how brutal tour life is for low ranking players. It might be a bit of an obvious thing to say but with Murray plying his trade in the lower reaches of the rankings this year and relying on WCs to play in tournaments, it has really shown how unforgiving the tour can be until you can get to that 1200/1300 point mark.
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Murray is only so low in the current world rankings as he was unable to play for a while due to injury. Serena Williams was the same, despite being one of the top 2 lady tennis players in the world, she was ranked barely above 200th due to her pregnancy (in most sports pregnancy and injury are basically the same thing).
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