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Los Angeles Times reported "Andy Murray says hip injury may force him to retire after the Australian Open: ‘The pain is too much’" on Friday

[] Andy Murray is still hoping to make it to one more Wimbledon tournament before his problematic hip forces him into retirement Getting through the first round will be a notable achievement for the former No. 1-ranked Murray, who has slumped to No. 230 after playing just 12 matches last year following surgery on his right hip in January A tearful Andy Murray said Friday that the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of the hip injury that has derailed his career. His off-season goal was to make it through Wimbledon.

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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

Murray eyes retirement after Australian Open But having the limitations and the pain is not allowing me to enjoy competing or training.. Wimbledon is where I would like to stop playing but I am not certain I am able to do that Rejoined the online desk at The Age in 2006 and was online sports editor between 2006 and 2016

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