Injured Andy Murray withdraws from Rogers Cup

Injured Murray withdraws from Rogers Cup
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Andy Murray is forced to withdraw from the Rogers Cup in Toronto with a knee injury.

Andy Murray has been forced to withdraw from the Rogers Cup in Toronto with a knee injury.

The Oympic gold and silver medallist received treatment during Wednesday's /tennissecond-round win over Flavio Cipolla.

The Brit had played down any injury concerns following his match with the Italian.

Murray, who was due to face Milos Raonic for a place in the quarter-finals, is expected to be fit for next week's Cincinnati Open.

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