Andy Murray has been itching for a comeback but it seems his wrist injury would keep him out of action for some more time. The 20-year-old tennis player’s campaign for this year’s Wimbledon received a jolt after it was announced that Murray would sit out of the inaugural day’s action in the Boodles Challenge at Stoke Park. This tournament would have been an ideal build up to Murray’s preparation for the Wimbledon but the wrist injury, which he sustained in the Hamburg Masters in May, has not completely healed. Murray’s agent Patricio Apey, however, expressed hopes that the Scot would be in a position to compete at some stage of the tournament. He said Andy was not ready to play a match but the beauty of the tournament is that we can take it day by day. There are eight players in the field and then a series of exhibition matches and we will leave a slot open for Andy. Long starved of any winner at the All England Club, the entire burden of British expectations would be on Murray’s tender shoulders and the youngster further raised expectations by reaching a career-high ranking of eighth just before the Wimbledon.