British Andy Murray has been performing for 30 years at the Australian Open in the press conference, and this year it will start off this circuit. He even said he was trying on Wimbledon, but the first Grand Slam to start this week could be the final tournament. Scot told him last year when he underwent surgical surgery in January 2018.
Murray, who has debut in Melbourne at Roberto Bautista Agudo (22), could not hear tears about his current feelings.
"I have been suffering for a long time, twenty whole months, I tried to do everything I could but the pain did not stop," said Scot.
"I do not want to continue playing this way, I'm not ready to continue with the next fortnight," he assured.
Murray, the finalist of the Grand Slam last year, has been five times more, and said he should consider "quality of life" and leave a new operation with his ears.
He was born in Glasgow on May 15, 1987. He was a professional in 2009. In November 2016 he became a number ATP ranking and lasted 41 weeks. He won a gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics and the Rio 2016 Olympics, and won three Grand Slam titles: Wimbledon -2013 and 2016- and the US Open 2012.