British Tennis Champ Andy Murray Will Retire
Is the ball still in his court? In a tearful address today, the three-time Grand Slam winner said he’s in too much pain to keep playing. The 31-year-old is struggling to recover from hip surgery last January that forced him to miss nearly six months of action.
When’s his last match-up? While Murray said he plans to retire after Wimbledon in July, the pain’s so bad that it could force him to bow out sooner — meaning this year’s Australian Open could be the final tournament of his career. He’ll face Roberto Bautista Agut in Melbourne on Monday.
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