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Andy Murray Announced His Retirement From Tennis in a Tearful Interview

8 days ago   |   By PopSugar

Andy Murray is putting away his racket. In an emotional press conference ahead of the 2019 Australian Open, the 31-year-old British tennis player announced that his hip "is not great" and he plans on retiring after Wimbledon this year. Despite being in serious pain, Andy will play in the Australian Open this week, although he expressed fear over not being able to make it to Wimbledon this Summer due to the injury.
"I'm not sure I can play through the pain for another four or five months," he said tearfully. "I can play with limitations. But having the limitations and the pain is not...
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