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Andy Murray To Retire From Tennis After Wimbledon


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Former world number 1 tennis player Andy Murray has announced that he will retire from the sport after Wimbledon.

Murray made the announcement after a tormenting last couple of years as he battled a hip injury.

However, although three-time Grand Slam winner plans to quit after his home tournament, he admits the upcoming Australian Open could be his last.

The 31-year-old announced his intentions at a press conference, but at the beginning was too emotional to talk.

After excusing himself, The Scot returned to the press conference to make the shock announcement:

After making his Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon in 2005, he went on to win the tournament twice as well as the US Open.

In addition, Murray is a 2-time Olympic Gold Medal winner in London and Rio.


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