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"Don't suffer for me. No one is forcing me to keep playing."

“Don’t suffer for me. No one is forcing me to keep playing.”

The former world number one, currently ranked 123rd in the world and dreams of qualifying for Wimbledon.

Andy Murray, winner of three majorsAnd the He referred to the people who asked him to stop playing, because he was not at the level of last year العامAnd they said they shouldn’t be “sad” for him, as no one’s forcing him to stay in the ring.

british tennis player, Previously number one in the world, it is currently ranked 123rd in the world He has not participated in singles since the beginning of March. He skipped the entire court round, playing only one doubles match.

“There are a lot of people who have asked me to stop playing tennis. They say it’s sad and they don’t want to see me play like this.Murray said in an interview with Watchman.

“And what I’m saying is don’t be sad for me. I love doing it and I chose to do it. Nobody is forcing me to do that. Sports are weird sometimes because people seem so desperate to leave you and stop doing what you love.”

Murray will be entering the Queen’s Championship next week, which will be a preparation for Wimbledon, his great target this season. And the Grand Slam that he won twice in 2013 and 2016.

“I want to be fit and able to play and I think I will be,” Murray added. “I’m really looking forward to playing at Wimbledon again. In front of the fans. I missed that.”

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