Andy Murray is 33-years old right now. And with his hip injury and surgery, the British star believes that he might not be able to do anything about it if the hip does not let him play for many years to come.
Additionally, in an interview with Kevin Mitchell, the tennis correspondent for the Guardian, Andy Murray talked about himself, his terrible incidents, and about retirement.
Talking about retirement and who would retire first among Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, and himself, Andy Murray thinks that Federer may retire first. Additionally, Federer is already 39. Hence, Murray foresees that Federer may just be the earliest to retire. However, with his hip, Murray is not sure.
“If Something Happens To My Hip, I Could Not Do Anything”: Andy Murray
He said, “I would say, Federer. He is 39. But who knows? If something happens to my hip, for instance, I could not do anything about it.”
However, even after two painful surgeries, the 3-times Grand Slam winner has shown that he has still not given up. While the British athlete played in the US Open and the French Open, he got out initially on both occasions.
These incidents have led people to think that Murray might retire early than Federer and Nadal. However, Murray still believes that he might not retire this early. But the former world number is not sure as he already said about his hip.
Once a name in “Big Four”, Murray has seen it all. From winning titles to disappointing losses in the ATP tournaments, the 33-year old star has come a long way in his life.
And the man is yet to give up on himself and his abilities. And while there have been moments in his life where he doubted himself and his skills, he has made sure to come forward to play.