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Independent UK reported "Andy Murray to retire after Wimbledon but could be forced to quit this week" on Friday

[] He said he would not consider returning just as a doubles player You cannot do what it is that you want to do, and you love doing Follow the Independent Sport on Instagram here, for all of the best images, videos and stories from around the sporting world The three-time Grand Slam winner’s debilitating hip injury has convinced him to end his playing career in the summer, but in a tearful press conference Murray admitted that his first round match in Melbourne could be his last

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Andy Murray to retire at Wimbledon, at the latest Hindered by a hip injury, Murray made the announcement in an emotional press conference ahead of the Australian Open, which starts Monday The Scot admitted the year's first major could be his final event, such is the state of his surgically repaired hip

Tennis star Andy Murray to retire British tennis great Andy Murray will retire by the summer and says he is nearing the end The Scot will call it a day after accepting his hip injury isn't improving Asked if this could be his final event, he said: For sure I am not sure I can carry on like this for another four or five months

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

Andy Murray to retire this year Speaking in Melbourne on the eve of the Australian Open, the Scot cut a inconsolable figure as he confided that his fitness was 'not great' before leaving the room in an emotional state Murray, a two-time Wimbledon champion, a US Open winner, Olympic gold medalist and a former World No 1, confirmed his desire to end his career at SW19, but added: 'I'm not sure I can play through the pain for another four or five months.' More to follow