That's all on Murray for now, but the full story can be found here.
- Get involved: The lengths you have been to retrieve your ball...
- Andy Murray likely to miss rest of season with hip injury
- John Motson to end 50-year BBC career
- Republic of Ireland lose to Serbia
- Spain hit eight and the rest of World Cup qualifiers
- #bbcsportsday or text to 81111
Speaking after Murray's Wimbledon exit in July, BBC Sport pundit and six-time Grand Slam winner Boris Becker previously advised Murray to consider skipping the US Open.
"Age is only a number, but you only have one body. Andy has to look after his," said Becker.
"He has got to think long term, not worry about making the US Open - if he is moving there like he did at Wimbledon, then he won't win it anyway.
"So, the worst thing that can happen if he skips New York is that he misses one Grand Slam - that doesn't matter, because the Australian Open is around the corner at the start of 2018."
Becker said Murray could learn from Nadal and Roger Federer, both of whom took long breaks from the game before returning fitter.
Nadal pulled out of the French Open in May 2016 with a wrist injury and did not play again until the Rio Olympics in August. He won his 10th title at Roland Garros earlier this year.
Federer missed the final five months of 2016 to recover from his knee injury but returned to win the Australian Open in January and Wimbledon in July.
"With this injury, there are limitations to Andy's movement," said Becker. "Andy relies on his speed and footwork, which are an integral part of his game.
"That is why he needs to be 100% fit. It's no good for him to be 75%."
Murray's announcement, which was to be expected following a season thwarted by injury problems, means he could be out of action until the Australian Open, which starts on 15 January 2018.
In a statement posted on social media, Murray did not mention the ATP World Tour Finals which will be held in London in November but he did say he will start his 2018 season in Brisbane in preparation for the Australian Open, following a "frustrating year on court for many reasons".
"I'm confident after this extended period of rest and rehabilitation that I will be able to reach my best level again and be competing for Grand Slam titles next season," he said.Copyright: Getty Images
Mike Delap: Get well soon Andy Murray - come back fighting.
Nathan Taylor: Gutted for Murray. Back stronger next season though!
Sean Connery: Sad to see Andy Murray out for the rest of the season.
Will he come back stronger in 2018? Do you think injuries are plaguing the sport? Get involved using #bbcsportsday, text us on 81111 (UK only), or leave a comment on the BBC Sport Facebook page.
Naturally, the news has spread like wildfire on social media, and it's becoming quite a talking point...Copyright: Getty Images
In a previous emotional press conference, Andy Murray withdrew from this year's US Open - which has been plagued by numerous injuries from the sports' top stars.
- Copyright: BBC
Andy Murray said his ongoing hip injury will "most likely" rule him out of tournaments for the rest of the season.
The three-time Grand Slam champion says he's confident an extended period of rest will ensure he can compete for more major titles in 2018.
Following a season plagued by injuries, former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has announced his plans for the rest of the season in a Facebook post.
"Although this has been a frustrating year on court for many reasons, I’m confident after this extended period of rest and rehabilitation that I will be able to reach my best level again and be competing for Grand Slam titles next season."
We have some incoming breaking news to bring you from the world of tennis...
More on this story...
A Leicester spokesman said: "We are working with Adrien and Sporting Clube de Portugal to overcome some issues relating to the player's registration and exploring all options to find a resolution."
The club own Silva but points of the deal were not completed adequately meaning they are required to pay his wages until they can attempt to register him again in January.
France-born Silva, 28, is a product of Sporting's academy and has had loan spells at Maccabi Haifa and Academica.
- Copyright: Getty Images
Fifa has rejected Leicester City's application to register midfielder Adrien Silva after the club missed the deadline by 14 seconds.
The Foxes signed the midfielder from Sporting Lisbon for £22m but finalised parts of the deal near the close of the summer transfer window on 31 August.
Silva's registration was not completed in time with football's governing body meaning he is ineligible until January.
Leicester are in the process of trying to appeal against the decision.