Andy Murray to retire, Australian Open could be last event

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A tearful Andy Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of the hip injury that has derailed his career.

The former world number one was visibly emotional as he told journalists that he hopes to be able to play at Wimbledon later this year, but the pain means this could be the end of his professional career.

Still, Murray was apologetic to his fans for not producing a better performance, and proposed to give her a better show at his first round match at the Australian Open. Making that decision, I think I can get through to this at Wimbledon, that's when I'd like to stop playing.

But he was knocked out in the second round on his return at Brisbane last week and called it quits on Thursday after less than an hour of a practice match in Melbourne against Djokovic, with his movement clearly hampered. "I've tried pretty much everything to get it right and that hasn't worked". "The pain is too much really, it's not something I want to continue playing that way", Murray said.

"Wimbledon is where I would like to stop playing, but I am not certain I am able to do that", he said.

"I told them I can't keep doing this, and I needed to have an end point because I was playing with no idea when the pain was going to stop", he added.

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Murray, 31, has chosen Wimbledon as the swansong for his remarkable career, but he said that the pain was so bad now that he was unsure whether he could compete in July. I can still play to a level, just not a level that I'm happy playing at.

'Yes, I'm going to play. He's a three-time Grand Slam victor (twice at Wimbledon, once at the US Open), a two-time Olympic champion, a Davis Cup champion, victor of the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals and a former world No. 1.

When he stood atop the podium again in Rio in 2016, Murray became the first man to land back-to-back Olympic tennis singles golds. But I'm also not certain I'm able to do that.

"I have an option to have another operation, which is a little bit more severe than what I've had before in having my hip resurfaced, which will allow me to have a better quality of life and be out of pain".

"Obviously I have been struggling a long time and I have been in pain for about twenty months now, ' Murray told reporters as he battled his overwhelming emotions".

"Still in absolute shock that I finally got to see the man behind my love for tennis in action today", she wrote on Instagram. "That's something that I'm seriously considering right now". I'm in a better place than I was six months ago but still in a lot of pain.

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