Murray takes to practice courts for first time since revealing he will retire at Wimbledon this year

Credit: MailOnline- Published on January 12, 2019
Murray intends to play his opening round match at the Australian Open against Roberto Bautista Agut and so was down with coach Jamie Delgado on the practice courts to prepare.

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Published on January 11, 2019 -  00:47
Andy Murray Might Retire After Australian Open
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Andy Murray may retire after the Australian Open, with the severe pain from his troublesome right hip having become almost unbearable for him to play on, the former world number one said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Britain's Andy Murray celebrates during his first round match against Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka. WTA Premier & ATP 250 - Nature Valley International - Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, Britain - June 25, 2018 Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs/File Photo Overcome with emotion, the three-times Grand Slam champion wept at a media conference as he revealed that he had initially planned to quit after playing this year’s Wimbledon tournament but now felt Melbourne Park might end up his swansong.

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