I don’t deserve a send-off like Roger Federer.

I don’t deserve a send-off like Roger Federer, says Andy Murray.

Although Andy Murray has not yet announced his retirement, when he does, he won’t go out in the same way as Roger Federer: “I’m still playing competitive tennis and physically feel fantastic. I just need to start winning these close games and close losses, Murray says. The British player, Murray, a former world No. 1, does not plan to replicate the final stretch’s originality. According to Murray, they won’t and don’t deserve to be sent off like that. On Friday, Federer competed in his final encounter as a doubles match against his longtime friend and adversary, Rafael Nadal.

 Even though 20-time Grand Slam winner Federer lost both matches and the Laver Cup, the occasion turned out to be a spectacular farewell. According to Murray, it was quite great to have all of those guys there watching on the side of the court, and Roger definitely deserved that night. The 35-year-old Murray’s thoughts naturally then drift to how he might end his own career. He admitted he wouldn’t be playing in a farewell game. I’d probably make an announcement when I play my final event, but I’m not sure when that will be. Murray intends to compete again after putting a previous injury behind him.

I’m still competing in tennis and am in good physical shape for top players,” he said. I just need to start winning these close games and close losses. He was in front of a crowded O2 Arena to say goodbye to him.

Source: skysports

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