Andy Murray has revealed that he is not involved in threats to boycott the 2013 US Open.
Reports in The Times yesterday suggested that a number of players are considering a walkout due to issues regarding prize money.
The same newspaper also hinted that players are unhappy with the final being moved to a Monday and will demand that the schedule is reviewed.
"Since the player meeting, I haven't discussed with any of the players what was said there, what the plans are," said Murray. "But I know that the ATP are not particularly happy with the Monday final.
"I know that's an issue because however much revenue they make from having an extra day on their tournament hasn't really [been] reflected in the increase in the prize money.
"That was what the players wanted, was obviously better prize money but not with an extra day to the event. I think that's what they're disappointed with, but I personally haven't spoken with anyone about boycotting the event."
Murray, won won his first Grand Slam at Flushing Meadows last year, will now face Jeremy Chardy for a place in the semi-finals in Melbourne.