Andy Murray’s mum Judy speaks out on Brit’s retirement outlook after Wimbledon exit

Andy Murray’s mother Judy has given an insight into the British star’s view on retirement after crashing out of Wimbledon at the hands of Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round. The 36-year-old refused to confirm whether he would be returning to SW19 after his loss that span across two days, prompting fears that he may call it a day.



Murray has remarkably returned to a high level after undergoing an arthroscopic procedure on his hip in 2019, following an emotional Australian Open press conference that suggested that he was close to retiring. However, he has since discussed the prospect of quitting professional tennis – but mum Judy may have hinted that both his and Jamie Murray’s careers will continue.



“They [Andy and Jamie] still love it,” Judy Murray told The Telegraph. “They love the battle. They love the sport. I wouldn’t have imagined I’d still be going with them, but it’s what they want to do. And for as long as they want to do it they’ll keep going.



“Who knows how much longer. But when you saw the performance Andy put up the other day against the world No 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas, when he’s got a metal hip and four kids, it’s unreal what he’s come through.”


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