Andy Murray sets time for his retirement: ‘Then I won’t talk about it anymore’

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Clear words, both about the future and the questions about it.

Andy Murray is nearing retirement from tennis. But he doesn’t want to talk about it anymore. This was è made very clear after his Dubai loss to Ugo Humbert, with the Scot not only framing his upcoming engagements before hanging up his racket in a press conference. In fact, he also added that he has already answered this question enough times that he does not want to do so any further in the near future.

"I probably wonò t go beyond next summer,” Murray explained at a press conference.

Forò after every single game I always get this same question. And I get tired of it. So from now until my actual retirement comes, I won’t talk about it anymore.

Murray, before finally keeping quiet on the subject, però listed the next big events in international tennis that he would like to take part in. "I would like to be there at Roland Garros, since I have also been trying to prepare as best I can for the season on grass for the past few seasons. Then I would like to be on the court at Wimbledon, and also at the Olympics. In Rio 2016 I was flag-bearer, but in general the Olympics represent one of the most beautiful experiences of my career", concluded the Scot.

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