Andy Murray Will Retire After Wimbledon Due To Chronic Hip Pain

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Andy Murray Will Retire After Wimbledon Due To Chronic Hip Pain

Thursday, Andy Murray used a press conference to announce his tennis career depends on his bum hip.

He hopes it will hold out long enough for him to retire from tennis.

He hopes his retirement will commence in six months after Wimbledon versus now.

I’ve been in a lot of pain, for, oh it’s been probably about 20 months now.

I’ve pretty much done everything that I could to try and get my hip feeling better.

It hasn’t helped loads.

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Andy Murray Will Retire After Wimbledon Due To Chronic Hip Pain

JULY 13, 2018, FILE PHOTO

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