Andy Murray's mother posted a picture of Murray depicted as William Wallace

Andy Murray’s mom Judy posted an image of Murray depicted as William Wallace

Did all of us retire Andy Murray too quickly?

To be honest, the Briton informed reporters on Friday that he plans to retire after this 12 months’s Wimbledon, however the Australian Open could possibly be the ultimate match of his profession.

Quick-forward to Monday and the Scot is telling the world he is not performed simply but.

Instantly after his first-round defeat by Roberto Bautista Agut, Murray informed Mark Petchey – the on-court interviewer and Murray’s first skilled coach – “If this was my final match, it was an incredible option to finish.”

Key phrase there: “If…”

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‘A colossal match’ – finest moments as Murray bows out of Australian Open in fashion

“Possibly I am going to see you once more. I am going to do the whole lot attainable to attempt,” he continued.

“If I wish to go once more, I am going to must have an enormous operation, which there is not any assure I am going to have the ability to come again from anyway, however I am going to give it my finest shot.”

Sadly for the organisers of the Aussie Open, his announcement was poorly timed…

They’d compiled and deliberate to run a heartfelt and emotional VT, that includes tear-jerking ‘congratulations in your retirement’ messages from Rafael Nadal, Caroline Wozniacki, Novak Djokovic and different high gamers.

Given the hassle the organisers had gone to, they determined to go forward and play it, regardless of what Murray had simply stated.

After all, folks on social media reacted to the marginally awkward second…

Interviewer: "Congrats on a great career" Murray: "I might not be finished yet" Interviewer: "It's over" Murray: "But I might not b…" Interviewer: "HERE'S A MONTAGE TO END YOUR CAREER! (please cry now)"

More classic Murray - revealing he might be back next year just as they're about to run VT on the retirement montage tribute of all retirement montage tributes.

BBC Radio 5 Reside commentator David regulation discovered the entire thing moderately amusing…
Andy Murray saying he doesn't know if he'll retire and then making him watch a "going to miss you" montage is a very big mood.

Cricketer Michael Vaughan additionally discovered the montage just a little unusual, contemplating Murray hadn’t really made his retirement official:

Good to see the rest of the tennis world has retired Andy Murray off before he announced it himself… That was very very bizarre. Surely you wait for the player to announce his retirement before doing a player montage… #HowOdd

It is clear from the response on Twitter that individuals are equally as reluctant to let go of Murray’s profession as he’s:

Also, though, it would be so Murray for him to put us through all this and then come back next year. (I would not object.)

All of us knew Murray has an honest sense of humour, however can his followers deal with this sort of emotional rollercoaster? Absolutely they need to be used to it by now?

Murray going out (if he IS going out) the way he came in - kicking, screaming, swearing, clawing for victory.

However figuring out Murray like they do, he may simply be trolling us all…

Murray has to play Wimbledon now after that montage... That'll learn them...

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