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Andy Murray tearfully announces retirement from tennis after struggling with injuries: ‘I’m in pain daily’



Andy Murray is about to stop playing tennis after admitting: "I'm in pain daily".

In an extraordinary pre-Australian Open press conference, the British sports star fears his first round against Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut on Monday could be the last of his career.

Two-time Wimbledon champion, 31, is struggling with a hip injury that required surgery 12 months ago in Australia.

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The Scotsman still hopes to continue playing up to Wimbledon this summer – but he worries that his broken body will not allow him to play at the highest level .

<img src = "https://a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2019/01/640/320/AP19011132906469.jpg?ve=1&tl=1" alt = "Andy Murray of Great Britain wipes tears from his face during a press conference at the Australian Open Tennis Championships in Melbourne, Australia on Friday 11 January 2019. A Murray in tears says that the Australian Open could be the his last tournament due to a hip injury that has hindered him for almost two years [19659007] Andy Murray of Great Britain wipes tears from his face during a press conference at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, in Australia, Friday 11 January 2019. A tearful Murray says that the Australian Open could be his last tournament due to a hip injury that has hindered him for almost two years.
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Murray had to take a break from his press conference after taking to the stage in Melbourne.

After several minutes behind the scenes to compose himself, he said: "I'm not feeling well.

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" Obviously I've been struggling for a long time time. I suffered a lot for probably about 20 months.

"I practically did everything I could to try to make me feel better.

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  Murray had to take a break from his press conference after coming down to the stage in Melbourne After several minutes in the backstage to compose, he said:

Murray had to take a break from his press conference after taking to the stage in Melbourne After several minutes backstage to compose, he said : "I do not feel well.
(AP Photo / Mark Baker)

"I'm in a better place than six months ago, but still a lot of pain, yes, it was difficult."

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"In the middle of December at my training block, I talked to my team, and I said" I can not keep doing this ".


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