ANDY MURRAY produced an inspiring performance – but ultimately suffered a five-set defeat to Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round at the Australian Open.
He surprised everyone to comeback from two sets down to draw level, especially for someone returning after an injury-plagued two years – but it could have been the Brit’s final ever professional tennis match.
Andy Murray may have played his last ever tennis match after eventually succumbing to a 6-4 6-4 6-7 6-7 6-2 defeat against Roberto Bautista AgutAFP or licensorsHas Murray retired from tennis?
The Dunblane native had announced ahead of the Australian Open that he would retire after Wimbledon.
Suffering with injuries and pain for much of his career, the former British and world number one feels he will not be able to continue to play through them for much longer.
Murray hopes to end his career on home soil and where he has won three major titles – including two Grand Slams and the London 2012 Olympic gold medal.
But the surgeon who performed his recent hip operation believes it will be incredibly hard for him to participate in July.
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How many titles, prize money and career wins does he have?
In total, Murray has won 45 ATP single titles, two doubles competitions and a Davis Cup triumph to boot.
But the biggest trophies will have been his three Grand Slams, including two Wimbledon victories and a win at the US Open.
Meanwhile, the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals title and two Olympic gold medals, winning in London 2012 before beating Juan Martin del Potro in Rio de Janiero four years later.
Murray has won an incredible 663 matches in a 14-year career on the ATP circuit, with his latest defeat his 191st in singles events.
In total, he has racked up over £47.5million in prize money, along with a wealth of income from sponsors and endorsements.
by – thesun.co.uk/sport