Did we all retire Andy Murray too soon?
Andy Murray shocked the tennis world Friday morning in Melbourne when he announced his plans to retire this year during a tearful press conference ahead of the Australian Open.

Few had expected Murray to beat Nadal in the semi-finals in New York … Andy Murray's mother Judy posted this picture - created by Nial Smith - of him in knight's armour. MELBOURNE, Australia — Still struggling with a hip injury that has limited him since June 2016, Andy Murray announced Friday that he would retire after this year’s Wimbledon — if not sooner. Andy Murray has refused to throw in the towel despite a series of injuries that have left the former world No 1 sidelined Credit: GETTY IMAGES
2008: first grand slam final.

. The Australian Open could be Andy Murray’s last tournament, according to Murray himself, during an emotional and tear-jerking press conference which found him unable to speak at times. Reaction as a tearful Andy Murray says he plans to retire after this year's Wimbledon but could finish his career at the Australian Open. Andy Murray's most challenging moments Show Hide. Your greatest impact … @andy_murray You are a champion on and off the court. So sorry you cannot retire on your own terms, but remember to look to the future.