However, it was revealed on Tuesday that Murray had been forced to pull out of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 event due to a groin issue.
Speaking to the Miami Heraled about his latest problem, Murray said: “I had no issues while training, felt fine, did some gym work Friday, no problem, and then I woke up about 3am, felt pain in the groin – not on the side I had my surgery – and when I got out of bed I struggled quite abit to walk.”
He added: “I have no idea what I did. It’s one of those freak things. Each day it has gotten progressively better, but it’s not enough. I have not practised since Friday.
“I am really gutted. This is a place I have done so much training over the years. It’s like my second home. Last time I played here was 2016 and so much has happened.
“Last year, the day before I was supposed to travel here Covid stopped the tennis tour. Miami’s been a place that has given me a lot, but this just wasn’t meant to be.”