Andy Murray announces retirement from tennis Holding back tears, three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray announced his retirement from tennis at a news conference Thursday.
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Hindered by a hip injury, three-time grand slam winner Andy Murray said he will retire at Wimbledon at the latest. An emotional Murray made the announcement ahead of the Australian Open.
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Although he admitted to not pursuing a career as a commentator post his retirement as a player, Murray was certain that he would be much more interested and beneficial in a coaching environment. Murray is a former World no. 1, having held the ranking for 41 weeks before it ended in 2021.
Sadly Murray's retirement is the start of the end of the golden age of mens tennis.
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