The world's leading tennis players react to Andy Murray's plans for retirement
The world’s leading tennis players react to Andy Murray’s plans for retirement
Andy Murray’s bid to overcome his hip injury has been ongoing for almost two years – and after an emotional Australian Open press conference – the Scot’s career has maybe just a handful of games left. We look at his injury troubles over the last 18 months…
There have been plenty of ups and downs for the 31-year-old, who has never been afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve and it has never been more evident than in Melbourne on Friday ahead of his match with Roberto Bautista Agut.
In front of the world’s media, Murray revealed his plans to retire after Wimbledon this year, but as the tears came he admitted that he may not even get that far as the pain from the hip injury that has plagued him since becoming world No 1 in 2016 has taken the ultimate toll.