Saturday , January 23 2021

Andy Murray announced his retirement after Wimbledon

I could not speak He broke into the midfielder against the Australian Open against Andy Murray. He did not hide until January 2018 in hyperpartum. And after tears, after Wimbledon, when he succeeds, he said goodbye to the tennis player. "I'm going to be at the Australian Open and I hope I can play Wimbledon's final championship in my career," said 31-year-old Scotland and 14 seasons as a professional.

Murray will premiere in Melbourne with Roberto Bautista from Spain (22), after tears about her 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 was the fifth finalist at the Grand Slam in the year, saying he had to take into account the "quality of life" that could allow a new operation to compete at the highest level.

He got 41 weeks with the rankings number 1 (he won in 2016) and won 45 titles in his career, 3 Grand Slam (2 Wimbledon and 1 US Open) and reached Roland Garros' final. He also has two Olympic Golds and Davis Cup champion. In his 14 season professional, he won 663 games and lost 190. He is currently ranked 230th in 2018 in the long run.

Big Four flagship players, among others, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, farewell.


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