• Andy Murray to retire, Australian Open could be last event

    4 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    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. The former world number one and three-time Grand Slam winner broke down at a press conference in
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  • Three grand slams, 45 ATP titles - Numbers behind Andy Murray's career ahead of retirement

    Three grand slams, 45 ATP titles - Numbers behind Andy Murray's career ahead of retirement

    4 days ago - By Sporting News

    Wimbledon is where Andy Murray wants to retire but the former world number one could call it quits after the Australian Open.
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  • 'I'm not sure I'm able to play through the pain'

    'I'm not sure I'm able to play through the pain'

    5 days ago - By BBC

    Britain's Andy Murray fears next week's Australian Open could be his last tournament.
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  • Andy Murray to retire, eyes Wimbledon as last event

    Andy Murray to retire, eyes Wimbledon as last event

    5 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    A tearful and injury-plagued Andy Murray on Friday announced he is likely to retire this year and hopes to make it until Wimbledon, but conceded the Australian Open could be his last event. The former world number one and three-time Grand Slam winner pulled out of last year's Australian Open to
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  • Andy Murray announces he plans to retire soon

    5 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    A tearful Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of a hip injury that has hampered him for almost two years.
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  • Andy Murray announces he will retire from tennis this year

    Andy Murray announces he will retire from tennis this year

    5 days ago - By New York Post

    Andy Murray announced on Thursday that he will retire from tennis this year, saying he hopes to make it to Wimbledon but that the Australian Open could be his last tournament. Speaking in Melbourne at a tearful press conference, Murray suggested the pain from his chronic hip injury hasn't improved. He told reporters that he...
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  • Tearful Andy Murray says Australian Open could be last tournament

    5 days ago - By The Guardian

    • Murray hopes to retire after Wimbledon but may not make it
    • ‘The pain is too much. I don't want to continue that way' Andy Murray announced this Australian Open “almost certainly” will be his last tournament, bringing to a painful end a career in which he won three grand slam titles and was honoured with a knighthood. Talking in a hushed voice and struggling to hold back the tears, the 31-year-old Scot said: “I'm not feeling good. I've been struggling for a long time. Been in a lot of pain for 20 months now. Pretty much done everything I could to make my hip feel better. Related...
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  • Andy Murray announces impending retirement from tennis - live!

    5 days ago - By The Guardian

    Murray reveals decision at emotional press conference Former world No 1 could retire after Australian Open Email Niall or tweet niallmcveigh with your thoughts 1.04am GMT Andy Murray has shocked the tennis world by announcing that the upcoming Australian Open may be his final tournament. The former world No 1 has said he wants to bow out at Wimbledon this summer, but may not be able to continue beyond Melbourne. Here's Kevin Mitchell's report: Related: Tearful Andy Murray says he will retire after 2019 Wimbledon at the latest
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  • Injured Andy Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament

    5 days ago - By Sportsnet

    MELBOURNE, Australia - A tearful Andy Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of a hip injury that has hampered him for almost two years.
    An emotional Andy Murray says he will play AusOpen and hopes to play the final tournament of his career at Wimbledon .
    "Not feeling good. Been struggling for a long time...I'm not sure I can play through the pain for another four or five months." pic.twitter.com/g4sLpuiyF4
    - AusOpen January 11, 2019
    The three-time Grand Slam champion says he plans to start his opening match against No. 22-ranked Roberto Bautista Agut at the...
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  • Andy Murray to retire no later than Wimbledon as Australian Open farewell looms

    Andy Murray to retire no later than Wimbledon as Australian Open farewell looms

    5 days ago - By Sporting News

    In an emotional news conference, Andy Murray said he plans to end his career at Wimbledon but the Australian Open could be his farewell.
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  • Murray announces plans to retire from tennis

    5 days ago - By ESPN

    Andy Murray said Friday he plans to retire and is targeting this year's Wimbledon as the final tournament of his career.
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  • Andy Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament

    5 days ago - By BBC

    A tearful Andy Murray says this week's Australian Open in Melbourne could be the last tournament he plays in his career.
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  • Andy Murray plans to retire at Wimbledon - but admits Australian Open may be his last

    5 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Andy Murray has said he plans to retire after Wimbledon but admitted the upcoming Australian Open could be his last tournament. The 31-year-old, who has been struggling with pain in his right hip for almost 18 months, made the announcement at an emotional press conference, where he often tried to in
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  • Injured Andy Murray says Australian Open could be hist last tournament

    5 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    MELBOURNE, Australia - Injured Andy Murray says Australian Open could be hist last tournament.
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  • Injured Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament

    Injured Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament

    5 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Former world number one Andy Murray has said the Australian Open could be his last tournament as he continues to struggle with severe pain from his troublesome right hip, the Briton said on Friday. Five-times a runner up at Melbourne Park, Murray had surgery on the hip a year ago and has been unable
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