British tennis player Andy Murray broke down and, at a press conference before the Australian Open, broke into tears, announcing that he will retire from a professional tennis player this year. He also said he would try to get to Wimbledon, but also that he would be the first Grand Slam of the year to be launched on Monday, his last tournament. Scott explained the trial he suffered last year after the hip operation in January 2018.
Murray, who will appear in Melbourne for the first time against Spanish Robert Bautista Agut (22), could not hold tears after asking him about the current feelings.
"For a long time I suffered for twenty months, I tried to do everything possible, but the pain did not stop," said Scott.
"I do not want to continue playing this way, I'm not ready to continue with this pain in the next five months," he assured.
Murray, who was up to five times the final at the first Grand Slam of the year, said he also had to consider the "quality of life" and that the new operation could have left him with continuation.
He was born on May 15, 1987 in Glasgow. In 2009 he became an expert. In November 2016 he became the first on the ATP scale and kept him for 41 weeks. He won the gold medal at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games and won three Grand Slam titles: Wimbledon -2013 and 2016- and US Open 2012.