Andy Murray dropped out of the top 800 as he didn't defend his 2017 Wimbledon quarter-finals. The British player is currently ranked 838th, behind players like Shinji Hazawa or Yan Sabanin. On Instagram Stories, Murray - who achieved his career-high ranking position at No.
1 in 2016 during an amazing season - joked and wrote: 'Proud', next to a hashtag. Murray is already on his way to Washington to play the Citi Open. Murray made his last appearance there in 2015, losing to Teymuraz Gabashvili in three sets, 6-4 4-6 7-6(4).
He also played in 2006, losing to the Frenchman Arnaud Clement in the final, 7-6(3) 6-2. Murray also plans to compete in Toronto's Rogers Cup the week after Washington as he got a wildcard but didn't commit to Cincinnati in order to take more rest prior to the US Open.
The 31-year-old also posted a funny video featuring him having a hard fitness training with his team, with who he was competing against in a kind of race. 'Sand session with the team today... Relay race ended in defeat...
Almost clawed it back at the end, too embarrassed to post the whole race due to my partners' effort #tanked', Murray wrote on Instagram.