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Thursday, January 10, 2019

Harmed Andy Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

Andy Murray will resign this year in view of the extreme torment from his troublesome right hip with one week from now's Australian Open possibly his last competition as an expert, the previous world number one said on Friday. 

Five-times a sprinter up at Melbourne Park, Murray had medical procedure on the joint a year prior and has been not able recoup his best frame. Defeat with feeling and attempting to keep down tears, the 31-year-old three-times Grand Slam champion advised journalists that he had planned to play until in any event the current year's Wimbledon competition. 

However, he felt the Australian Open may finish up being his swansong, given the agony from his hip had turned out to be practically intolerable.

"No doubt, I believe there's a shot of that, definitely without a doubt," the Scot said. "The torment is excessively, truly ... I don't know I'm ready to play through the agony for another four or five months. The torment isn't enabling me to appreciate contending or preparing or any of the stuff I adore about tennis." 

Murray said he was thinking about another round of real hip medical procedure yet included that it was more gone for enhancing his "personal satisfaction" and it probably won't mean a possible come back to the visit. 

"I have a choice to have another task which is somewhat more sort of serious than what I've had previously, having my hip reemerged which would enable me to have a superior personal satisfaction," he said. "That is something I'm truly considering right now ... A few competitors have had that and returned to contending yet there's clearly no certifications." 

He said essential things in regular day to day existence, such as putting on socks and shoes, caused him extreme torment and he had become fatigued of discussing his hip in each discussion. 

Murray, who unmistakably battled in a 6-1 4-1 practice coordinate annihilation to top seed Novak Djokovic at Melbourne Park on Thursday, has been attracted to play 22nd seeded Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round on Monday. 

"I will play, I can at present play to a dimension, not a dimension that I'm cheerful playing at," he said. 

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