World No. 2 Andy Murray is not sure whether he will play tennis the rest of this season, as a hip injury continues to give him problems. The 30-year-old is set to sit down with his team and make the decision in the coming days

Murray last played at Wimbledon, where he couldn't make it past Sam Querrey, 29, in the quarter-finals. The Scot was nowhere near 100 per cent during the match as he was bothered by his hip. Following the loss, he decided to take a break and try to solve the health problem.

Murray skipped Masters 1000 events in Montreal and Cincinnati but still remained keen on playing at the US Open.

The two-time Olympic champion flew to New York over a week ago to prepare and see if he is ready to make a comeback.

It wasn't to be for Murray

In the end, Murray's bid of playing at the US Open fell short at the last moment. The Scot disappointingly announced on Saturday that his hip hasn't fully healed yet. The 2012 US Open champion was already drawn to meet Tennys Sandgren, 26, in round one.

The US Open is set to be missing some notable star names as Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka, and Milos Raonic are also out. The last Grand Slam of the year is set to be held at Flushing Meadows, 28 August - 10 September.

"There are different views and opinions on what the best thing to do is moving forward, and that's a decision I'll need to take now," Murray said following the withdrawal, per the Herald Scotland.

"I'll definitely make a decision on that (the rest of the season) in the next few days. That's something that I'll sit down and decide with my team.''

Murray's desire is to play

However, Murray hasn't ruled out the possibility of continuing the season. The world No. 2 is badly missing the action, but he doesn't want to rush anything.

Murray, who was dethroned by Spaniard Rafa Nadal at the No. 1 spot this week, could experience big rankings. The 30-year-old has a large number of points to defend after the US Open. The Scot won it all at Masters 1000 events in Shanghai and Paris, as well as conquered ATP 500-class tournaments in Beijing and Vienna. Lastly, he ended champion at the prestigious season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London.

Murray revealed he wants to get back on the court as soon as he can and, if able, that he would love to play before the season ends.

Though Murray misses competing, his goal is to ''make the correct decision."

It remains to be seen will he continue the season and defend his points during the indoor part of the season.