Breaking News: Andy Murray admits grand slam chances may never improve after US Open defeat

Andy Murray has admitted that his chances of winning another grand slam title may never improve after his defeat to Grigor Dimitrov in the second round of the US Open.



Murray, who is now ranked 50th in the world, has struggled to return to his best form since undergoing hip surgery in 2018. He has won just one title since then, and his best grand slam result in that time has been a quarter-final finish at the 2021 Australian Open.



After his defeat to Dimitrov, Murray said: “I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to win another grand slam. I’m going to keep trying, but it’s getting more and more difficult as I get older.”

Murray turned 35 in May, and he is now one of the oldest players on the ATP Tour. He has also had a number of injury problems in recent years.




Despite his recent struggles, Murray remains one of the most popular players on the tour. He is known for his fighting spirit and his determination to succeed.

It remains to be seen whether Murray will be able to win another grand slam title, but he is sure to continue to be a popular and respected figure in the sport of tennis.


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