Andy Murray: “I probably won’t play again after the summer”


Andy Murraywinner of three Grand Slams, made sure of that He “probably” won’t continue playing after the summerafter losing this Wednesday at the ATP 500 in Dubai.

The Scot, former world number one, lost in an hour and a half to Frenchman Ugo Humbert (6-2 and 6-4), adding his seventh loss on the course, for just three victories.

“I probably won’t play again after the summer,” he said later.

The Briton, currently ranked number 61, wants to play at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the Olympic Games and may put down his racket after the event in Paris.

“I hope I get a chance to play other Games”said Murray, who won singles gold in London and Rio de Janeiro, the only men’s tennis player in history to win two consecutive Games.

After hip surgery in 2019 to implant a prosthesis, Murray tried to regain his pre-injury level, but he never returned to the top 30 in the world. His best moment was winning the Antwerp tournament at the end of that year, the last trophies he lifted.

At 36 years old – he will be 37 in May – Murray won two Wimbledons (2013 and 2016), a US Open (2012), the two gold medals already mentioned, 14 Masters 1,000, he spent 41 weeks as number one and lifted 47 Titles.

Source: La Verdad


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