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Express UK reported "Andy Murray hip: Is Andy Murray retiring due to injury? How old is Andy Murray?" on Friday

[] It would be nice to be able to do them without any pain: putting shoes and socks on, things like that The Scottish sensation has earned around £48million in prize money since turning pro in 2005 Overall, Murray’s total estimated net worth comes in at around £80m according to Celebrity Net Worth figures ANDY MURRAY has confirmed the end of his career is fast-approaching. Express Sport reveals all of the details over when he will retire and what his injury is.

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Andy Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament I have an option to have another operation which is a little bit more kind of severe than what I've had before, having my hip resurfaced which would allow me to have a better quality of life, he said Follow the Independent Sport on Instagram here, for all of the best images, videos and stories from around the sporting world

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Andy Murray announces impending retirement from tennis – live! Pretty much done everything I could to make my hip feel better 8.04pm EST20:04 Andy Murray has shocked the tennis world by announcing that the upcoming Australian Open may be his final tournament The former world No 1 has said he wants to bow out at Wimbledon this summer, but may not be able to continue beyond Melbourne

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Andy Murray reveals doubles plan after confirming plans to retire at Wimbledon Andy Murray was in visible discomfort during his practice game with Novak Djokovic (Image: GETTY) I’m not sure i can play through the pain for another four or five months Pretty much done everything that I could to try and get my hip feeling better and it hasn’t helped loads

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Tennis star Andy Murray to retire British tennis great Andy Murray will retire by the summer, he has announced The Scot will call it a day after accepting his hip injury isn't improving The two-time Wimbledon champion aims to say goodbye in July at the event he won in 2013 and 2016 I spoke to my team in December – and I said I can't keep doing this

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