Tennis: Andy Murray Lenny Sannyas, Emotionally-Australian Open Can Be The Last Tournament

Tennis: Andy Murray Lenny Sannyas, Emotionally Bola-Australian Open Can Be The Last Tournament. The player, who won three Grand Slam titles, became emotional on Friday and said that Australian Open, which starts next week due to pain following the surgery of the hip, could be the last tournament of his career.

He said that the pain often becomes intolerable. Veteran andy Murray (Andy Murray) can soon retire from tennis. Andy Murray recently indicated her in a press conference.

The player, who won three Grand Slam titles, became emotional on Friday and said that Australian Open, which starts next week due to pain following the surgery of the hip, could be the last tournament of his career.

There were number one players in the world rankings here at the press conference here, they got emotional and their eyes became moist. He said that the pain often becomes intolerable.

The 31-year-old player of Scotland (UK) said, “I can play with shortcomings, but the drawbacks and pain are not allowing me to enjoy the competition or training.” He said that he would have a career with his domestic Grand Slam Wimbledon Want to finish.

Although he believed that it would be difficult for him to play until then. “Andy Murray” is known in the 77 years as the first British player to win Wimbledon in the Golden Age of the game, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal As the players reached the top with.

He said, “I want to retire by playing Wimbledon, but I am not sure about the fact that I will play till then.” I have been struggling for a long time. I am not sure about the fact that I will be playing for four or five months. ‘In the last session, Murray played his last tournament in Shenzhen in September.

In this session, they lost out in Brisbane in the second round. In the Australian Open, he will play against 22nd seed Roberto Batista Agut in the first round. He said, “I will play in this match, I can play to one level but I can live happily after playing that level.” Murray (Andy Murray) wins the World’s 77-year drought in the tournament by winning in 2013 at Wimbledon.

Fred Perry won this title before them. Murray has also re-titled the title in 2016. Earlier, in the US Open final in 2012, he had equalized Parry to win the title in 1936, defeating Djokovic in a four-hour 54-minute contest.