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Saturday, 12 January 2019

Roger Federer Reacts Emotionally To Andy Murray Retirement From Tennis

Tennis Star Roger Federer has said the news of Andy Murray set to retire hit him hard.


Murray, 31, is hoping his body will get him through to Wimbledon this summer where he can bow out of tennis at his home Grand Slam.


But realistically, the Australian Open, which commences next week, could be the final event which he forces his body to play through the pain.


During Murray’s pre-tournament press conference on Friday, he broke down in tears when announcing he will retire this year.


The news quickly reached Federer and he was instantly taken a back.


“It hit me hard,” Federer told the Sunday Age.


“Of course, I’ve seen Andy struggling you know with his hip and with his fitness for quite some time now.


“You want somebody to go there and feel like he’s happy to retire.


“The problem is it’s not his decision, it’s the body’s decision and that naturally hurts.”


MySportDab report Murray performed admirably to win three Grand Slam titles while competing wth the likes of Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.


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