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Andy Murray: I would Retire If something happens to my hip now

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Great Britain’s Andy Murray, 33, thinks 39-year-old Roger Federer will be the first player from the Big Four to retire. The Big Four — consisting of Murray, Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal — have dominated the men’s Tour for the past decade and a half.

Djokovic, a 17-time Grand Slam champion, is 33 years old, while 20-time Grand Slam champion Nadal is 34 years old. “People ask me, who will retire first: Federer, Djokovic, Nadal or myself? I’d say Federer. He’s 39.

 

But who knows? If something happened to my hip, for instance, I couldn’t do anything about it,” Murray exclusively told The Guardian. Andy Murray says he would not be able to do ‘anything about it’ if something happened to his hip now, other than retire.
Murray always shows lots of emotions on the court but he insists he is actually a very laid-back person.

 

“People see me on TV and think I am very intense, moody and difficult. But take me away from the court and I’m pretty laid-back. I don’t have a temper. I don’t break things; I don’t punch walls; I don’t shout and scream.







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