Andy Murray will not retire until he plays at least one more singles match on Wimbledon’s Centre Court, says former world No.1 Jim Courier.
Seven-time Grand Slam winner Mats Wilander caused a storm after slamming the Scot for taking a French Open wildcard, suggesting he should consider quitting.
Aussie Nick Kyrgios tweeted, “Shut up Mats, no one cares” in the wake of Murray’s defeat to Stan Wawrinka, the quickest of his Grand Slam career.
The 33-year-old plans to start his indoor season in Cologne on October 12 and then head Down Under in mid-December for the ATP Cup and Australian Open.
And four-time Grand Slam winner Courier said: “I certainly think this isn’t the end of Andy Murray unless he wants it to be.
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September 29, 2020