Andy Murray: Australian Open could potentially be last tournament, will be retiring this year
Friday, 11 January 2019 () Andy Murray will be retiring this year because of the severe pain from his troublesome right hip with next week's Australian Open potentially his last tournament as a professional, the former world number one said on Friday.
Andy Murray just fought one of the biggest battles of his career. It may have only been a Round of 128 in the Australian Open but the Brit fought his way back from two sets down to take his opponent Roberto Bautista Agut to a fifth. Business INsider reports Murray announced last Friday that the...
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