Injured Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament
Friday, 11 January 2019 () Former world number one Andy Murray has said the Australian Open could be his last tournament as he continues to struggle with severe pain from his troublesome right hip, the Briton said on Friday.
Andy Murray just fought one of the biggest battles of his career. It may have only been a Round of 128 in the Australian Open but the Brit fought his way back from two sets down to take his opponent Roberto Bautista Agut to a fifth. Business INsider reports Murray announced last Friday that the...
Andy Murray will not quit the majors without another characteristically nasty fight. His last French Open: five brutal sets before Stan Wawrinka put him to rest. His last Wimbledon: five more sets of..
A tearful Andy Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of the hip injury that has derailed his career. The 31-year-old Murray said... Japan Today - SportsAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •BBC News •DNA •News24
As Andy Murray announces that the Australian Open may be his last tournament, Newsround looks at the British tennis star's top career moments. BBC Sport - SportsAlso reported by •Reuters •SBS •BBC News