Andy Murray to be honoured with statue at Wimbledon

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Andy Murray’s career will be recognised with a statue at Wimbledon. Murray, who became the first British player in 77 years to win the men’s singles title at the All England Club in 2013, is retiring from tennis this year due to continuing pain in his hip. A bronze statue of three-time Wimbledon champion Fred […]
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Published on January 11, 2019 -  00:32
Andy Murray Reveals Australian Open May Be Final Tournament
According to Reuters, Andy Murray said he may retire after the Australian Open. He said the pain on his right hip has made it almost unbearable for him to keep playing. Murray said he originally planned to end his career after playing Wimbledon’s 2019 tournament. During a media conference the former number one world player wept as he revealed the news. He said: “The pain is not allowing me to enjoy competing or training or any of the stuff I love about tennis.”

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