Andy Murray set to retire at Wimbledon
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By Darren Weir One of Scotland’s greatest ever sports stars has today announced his plans to retire later on this year. An emotional Sir Andy Murray revealed he would like to retire following Wimbledon in July. However, the Scot broke down in front of the world’s media on Friday morning ahead of this year’s Australian […]
There will, unfortunately, be no fairytale comeback for Andy Murray. Hindered by a hip injury, the three-time grand slam winner announced Friday on the eve of the Australian Open that he will retire at Wimbledon in July — if he can make it that far. Indeed, the 31-year-old Scot admitted the year’s first major could […]
ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/sports/30362041 Andy Murray of Great Britain breaks down during a press conference in Melbourne. Andy Murray to retire, eyes Wimbledon as last event sports January 11, 2019 08:15 By AFP A tearful and injury-plagued Andy Murray on Friday announced he is likely to retire this year and hopes […]
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Andy Murray is contemplating almost immediate retirement after appearing to give up hope of coming close to recovering from the hip problems that have dogged him for more than eighteen months.
In an emotional press conference this morning the two-time Wimbledon champion was in tears as he revealed that this Australian Open, starting on Monday, could be the last tournament he plays.
Murray seems to have been finally overwhelmed by the struggle to overcome the hip issue that first surfaced in earnest during the grass court season of 2017.
#Wimbledon is planning to honour two-time champion #Andy #Murray with a statue at the #AllEnglandClub. The #Briton is aiming to retire after this year’s #Wimbledon but Monday’s #AussieOpen first-round match against #Roberto #Bautista #Agut could end up being the last of his career. The club unveiled a statue of three-time champion Fred Perry in 1984 […]
Hindered by a hip injury, the three-time grand slam winner announced Friday on the eve of the Australian Open that he will retire at Wimbledon in July — if he can make it that far.
Andy Murray said he hopes to retire this season after Wimbledon, but acknowledged he might not make it to that point. Murray, 31, spoke through tears at a press conference in the lead-up to the Australian Open, citing a painful hip injury that is “not allowing me to enjoy any of the stuff that I love […]
Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is preparing to walk away from game due to injury.
A tearful Andy Murray on Friday announced he would likely retire this year due to severe pain from a hip injury, saying next week’s Australian Open could be the last tournament of a glittering career.