Andy Murray Might Only Play A Couple More Years On The Pro Tennis Tour
by Staff | June 16th, 2017, 5:32 pm

Despite the success of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka, Andy Murray doesn’t see himself doing well in tennis in his mid 30s. In fact, he doesn’t even think he’ll be playing.

“I know some of the players have been doing really well until their mid-30s recently, but that might not be the case with me,” Murray told the BBC. ‘Maybe the next couple of years are the last few where I have a chance to compete for the majors and the biggest tournaments.

“I’ll continue to play and so long as my body is fine. I would like to hope that I would continue to do that whilst I’m still enjoying it.”

Murray is facing the pressure ahead of defending 2,500 ranking points at Queen’s and then Wimbledon. And he’ll try to win a third Wimbledon.

“It would be amazing, I never expected to win it once, never mind twice,” Murray said. “It had been such a long time since any British man had won that.

“I’ll give it my best shot for sure. I’ll prepare as best I can and if I play well then I definitely have a chance of winning.”

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5 Comments for Andy Murray Might Only Play A Couple More Years On The Pro Tennis Tour

AndyMira Says:

Yeah Andy!Never stop trying!…Best of luck to u at Queens and Wimby!!

J.S. Says:

This is why I love ANDY!!!! He is my #2 fav after RAFA!~!!

Colin Says:

I just discovered, on the BBC website, that Judy Murray has received an OBE for services to tennis.

J-Kath Says:

I think Judy Murray should have received the OBE for producing Andy and Jamie Murray without whom there would be no home-bred talent worth mentioning….and whose success validated Judy’s work.

Old School Says:

Translated: he won’t take chemicals to stay competitive. Enormous respect for Andy and his family.

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