Sir Andrew Barron Murray (born 15 May 1987) is a British professional tennis player from Scotland currently ranked No.
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The Guardian

The growing pains of Andy Murray have lasted for most of his career

Andy Murray is in pain. That his right hip has been causing him profound physical discomfort for some time is no secret. In 2018, the 31-year-old patched himself up for 12 matches, winning five. But what became clear on Friday, during a press ...

- The Guardian

The Guardian

How the 'boring whinger' Andy Murray won over Middle England

More than that, Murray just seemed too rough, rude and surly for the Wimbledon set, with their garden party airs and graces and starchy expectations about how a tennis player is supposed to behave. Middle England was a tough crowd for an ornery young ...

- The Guardian

BBC Sport

Andy Murray retirement: Rafael Nadal says former world number one is 'suffering'

Andy Murray's impending retirement was a decision he had to take because he is "suffering", says long-time rival Rafael Nadal. The 31-year-old Briton announced on Friday that he will quit this year, and next week's Australian Open could be the final ...

- BBC Sport

The South African

Andy Murray hailed by peers as he announces plans to retire

A tearful Andy Murray on Friday announced he would likely retire this year due to severe pain from a hip injury, saying next week's Australian Open could be the last tournament of a glittering career. The former world number one and three-time Grand ...

- The South African

ESPN

A voice for equality, Andy Murray's influence goes well beyond his on-court ...

MELBOURNE -- Praise continued to pour in for Andy Murray at the Australian Open on Saturday, 24 hours after the his announcement that he plans to retire from tennis after Wimbledon because of his hip injury. But amid all the tributes for his on-court ...

- ESPN

BBC Sport

Andy Murray can reflect on 'incredible career', says former team-mate Tim Henman

Andy Murray will not have wanted "to be making up the numbers" as he contemplated his future, says his former Davis Cup team-mate Tim Henman. The three-time Grand Slam champion and former world number one will retire this year because of a hip ...

- BBC Sport

The Guardian

Andy Murray admits: 'It's not how I want to finish, that's the hardest part'

The man who did more than any of his coaches to transform Murray into the fully fledged champion he became was Ivan Lendl. Lendl said on Friday: “As Andy looks to wind down over the coming months the world of tennis will lose a great competitor but he ...

- The Guardian

New York Times

Andy Murray Gave His All. Which Is Why This Ending Hurts.

Andy Murray is not the youngest of the tennis super group known as the Big Four. Novak Djokovic was born a week later than Murray was. But it is still quite an unpleasant surprise to realize that Murray, 31, very likely will be the first of the ...

- New York Times

The Guardian

Andy Murray: from gangly kid to genuine sporting grownup

Stop all the green and yellow Timex clocks. Put away that union jack tea towel. Stow the Pimms-sodden crash barriers at the foot of the Aorangi Terrace. Andy Murray may yet play another Wimbledon this summer, depending on the state of his chronic, ...

- The Guardian

The South African

Farewell Andy Murray: Five most memorable moments from his glittering career

(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 20, 2016 Britain's Andy Murray poses holding the ATP World Number One trophy after winning the men's singles final against Serbia's Novak Djokovic on the eighth and final day of the ATP World Tour Finals ...

- The South African

BBC Sport

Andy Murray: Billie Jean King leads tributes to Briton who plans to retire ...

Andy Murray has been "a champion on and off court", said American tennis legend Billie Jean King after the Briton revealed he plans to retire this year. Murray, who has won three Grand Slams and been a world number one, is being forced to quit because ...

- BBC Sport

Sport24

WATCH: Tearful Andy Murray explains retirement decision

Cape Town - Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray stunned the tennis world on Friday by announcing his plans to retire from tennis. At a press conference ahead of next week's Australian Open, Murray broke down in front of journalists as he detailed ...

- Sport24

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