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Andy Murray thinks about retirement but will not be ending his career just yet

Andy Murray has said that he has a retirement date in mind, but he is not planning to retire “right now.” The 36-year-old former world No. 1 has been plagued by injuries in recent years, including a hip injury that required surgery in 2019. He has also had to deal with the mental and emotional toll of being injured.

Despite the challenges, Murray has shown that he is still capable of competing at a high level. He reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon this year and won the title at the ATP Challenger Tour event in Surbiton.

In an interview after his Wimbledon loss to Stefanos Tsitsipas, Murray said that he is still motivated to play tennis and that he wants to finish his career on his own terms.

“I don’t plan to stop right now,” Murray said. “But this one will take a little while to get over. Hopefully find the motivation again to keep training, keep pushing, try and keep getting better.”

It is unclear when Murray will retire, but he is clearly not ready to give up the sport just yet. He is still a top-50 player and he has shown that he can still compete with the best in the world.

If Murray does decide to retire, he will leave behind a legacy as one of the greatest British tennis players of all time. He won two Wimbledon titles, two Olympic gold medals, and 36 ATP singles titles. He was also the world No. 1 for 41 weeks.

Murray’s retirement would be a major loss for the sport of tennis. He is a popular and respected figure, and he has inspired a generation of British tennis players. However, he has also shown that he is a fighter, and he will not give up without a fight.


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