Andy Murray Feels he is One Injury Away from Retirement, Having Second Thoughts on Playing his Last Wimbledon


The British tennis legend Andy Murray is optimistic about his future, and has expressed his intention to play until next year’s Wimbledon.

“I didn’t want my last Wimbledon match to be the one I played.” Murray stated that he still plans to continue. This statement is a surprising change of heart from Murray who hinted at retiring after losing to Stefanos Tissipas in the third round of Wimbledon last month.

He admits, however, that he must proceed with caution in his future career. “You just never know, with my age. Another injury could spell the end. Murray said, “You can’t predict the future.”

Murray’s physical and mental condition is a good indication that he still wants to compete. The Briton reached the finals of ATP 250 in Doha this year, and won two consecutive challenger titles at Surbiton, and Nottingham before Wimbledon.

It was disappointing that Tsitsipas defeated him in the Wimbledon third-round, but the World No. The World No. 5 had to fight hard to beat the two-time Wimbledon champion.

Andy Murray says he is at peace with retirement

Andy Murray revealed that he would be able to accept retirement if the worst were to happen at this moment, acknowledging the mental preparation he gained during his break from tennis following his It helped him accept the inevitable fact that he would retire someday.

My six-month rehabilitation period following surgery allowed me to gain insight into what retirement would entail as a tennis player. I enjoyed playing golf and spending time with family. “I really, really liked it and have so many wonderful plans ahead for myself!” stated him.

“I don’t worry too much about life after playing; instead I had to accept that perhaps my playing days may have passed before I underwent my surgery”. I went through the mental process and accepted it ,”, he said.

Murray’s statement and his current outlook suggest that he has accepted that his days as a professional on the Tour are numbered and that he should live out the remainder of his career competing.


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