Said one with no presented medical evidence, only hatred.So sad, to see an honest nice guy like Andy having to retire soon, and then a drugged up little cheat like Nadal just getting stronger and stronger - plus he will win the Australian Open , absolutely sickening!!
Can't fault a guy for being realistic.Kyle Edmund - "Nobody has done more for British tennis than you and it looks like nobody will for many years to come. You have been an inspiration, friend and role model to me from the get go and I thank you for everything. Hope to see you out there for as long as possible @andy_murray"
Edmund conceding he won't ever be great.
Why would anyone pollute a tribute thread to a retiring champion with all this off-topic babble? Show some class to Murray and the people posting their positive memories of him.Are you saying: FO has been filled by only 2 men in the last decade? One man has 11 and 2 men have 1 each.
I have a feeling that he might be quite prolific in his post-playing career. He is very smart, and passionate about his causes, so I can't see him disappearing from view. I can definitely see him taking a leadership in sport more widely, particularly when it comes to equality issues. Well, we'll see. For now, let's enjoy his final few matches and hope he feels better.Probably, but I still want to see him in the spotlight, even though it won't be on the court.
I'm not really feeling better, mate, I'm absolutely gutted. But I'm also a tennis fan and I realise tennis doesn't stop for Murray. I'm watching Nadal vs Duckworth right now and every time I think Andy will no longer grace Rod Laver Court it feels like another twist of the knife but I try to focus on what's still at hand. It's going to take me a long while to come to terms with this but I expect to get there eventually. Thanks for your kind thoughts though.Hope you're feeling a bit better now mate. Knowing what a huge Murray fan you are I can only imagine how upset you must've felt upon hearing the news.
That is a very, very solid resume made even more impressive that it was all done during the time of FedalovicReflecting back, Murray literally has NOTHING left to prove to anyone anymore.
- 3 GS Titles; 2 Wimbledon's
- 11 GS Finals (made all four of them)
- 45 Career Titles
- 14 Masters Titles
- 2 Olympic Gold Medals
- 20 Big Titles
- Year End Number One
- 41 Total Weeks at Number One
- 78% career win percentage
- Davis Cup Winner
- 8 seasons finishing inside the top 4 rankings
- consistently dominated the remainder of the field for over a decade (101 wins vs top 10 players; 299 wins vs players who have been ranked in the top 10)
- accomplished all this above while competing in the same era as arguably the three greatest players the sport has ever seen