He’d expected to continue on playing before this year’s Wimbledon and stop after that, but after fighting to recover from hip surgery he said may not have the ability to play through the pain and could need to stop sooner.
Andy has won an incredible 4-5 titles throughout his livelihood – listed below are a few of the Tennis superstar’s top moments…
November 20-16 – The best player on Earth
Andy be at John Isner in the final and became Britain’s first singles world number one as computerised rankings were introduced in 1973!
August 20-16 – Olympic gold in Rio
He became the first man to win Olympic singles Tennis games.
He was also chosen to carry the flag for Great Britain at the Rio 20-16 starting ceremony.
July 20-16 – Wins Wimbledon for second time
Andy Murray became Wimbledon winner for the second time having a superb performance against Canadian Milos Raonic in the past.
The Scot beat him in straight sets 6-4 7-6 7-6 to repeat his victory 2013 and also claim a third Grand Slam title.
Murray may be the very first British man to win multiple Wimbledon singles games as Fred Perry in 1935.
June 20-16 – Queen’s Club record win
On Father’s Day 20-16, Andy Murray be at Canadian Milos Raonic to become the first man to gain the Queen’s Club title 5 occasions.
He said:”I couldn’t have asked for an even more memorable first Father’s Day, even winning a trophy and spending some time with my loved ones.”
Raonic led by means of a collection and 3-0 before Murray became the first player this week to violate the Canadian’s serve.
The best seed and defending winner went onto win 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 6-3.
November 2015 – Davis Cup victory
Andy assisted the Uk win the Davis Cup in 2015. This was the first time the team had won since 1936.
Murray conquer Belgium’s David Goffin to get the critical point in Ghent, Belgium.
April 2014 – Tears after winning freedom of Stirling
Back in 2014, Murray revealed his sensitive side again when he broke down in tears on receiving the honor of their freedom of this town of Stirling.
December 2013 – Winning Sports Personality of the Season
Murray won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year trophy in 2013 after his Wimbledon success earlier that season…
July 2013 – The ultimate victory? Wimbledon glory
Back in 2013, Murray again made it to the Wimbledon final.
His opponent this time – the world number one, Novak Djokovic.
But this time Murray was more composed and ready. He beat him in straight sets and ended Britain’s 77-year wait for a men’s winner.
July 2013 – Oops, sorry, mum!
Murray leapt up into his player box to own a good kiss along with his team after winning Wimbledon.
But that did he forget to hug? His mom!
Fortunately, someone reminded him he was going to scale down.
December 2012 – Sports Personality… an embarrassing minute
At the 2012 BBC Sports Personality of the Year, all of us heard that Andy Murray loves an awkward moment.
He came in third place and accepted his award live from Miami where he had been training.
Who does not love an awkward moment?
September 2012 – Wins his first Grand Slam at the Usa Open
Back in September 2012, Murray made it into US Open final.
He’d now lost four of his previous Grand Slam finals however managed to fight against Novak Djokovic within an epic five-set final.
Andy Murray had become a Grand Slam winner.
Andy beat Roger Federer at the Olympic final at Wimbledon, winning the gold medal for Team GB.
This was sweet bliss because just a couple of weeks earlier in the day, Murray lost to Federer in the Wimbledon final.
July 2012 – Wimbledon closing – these tears
Seven years after his first Wimbledon debut, Murray managed to get into the final.
With the complete of Britain’s hopes resting on his back, he was planning to become the first British man since 1936 to win a big title.
June 2011 – Beats his brother Jamie (at spelling)
Back in 2011, Andy along with his brother Jamie participate in a radical meeting on Newsround.
Yes, that’s right, we put them a Tennis spelling bee challenge.
June 2005 – Starts his Wimbledon livelihood
Back in 2005, when baggy T-shirts were the anger, Murray left his senior debut at Wimbledon and made it into the next round before losing.
He was just 18 years of age.
But his conduct was enough for British Tennis fans to learn a fresh gift had arrived.
September 2004 – A celebrity is started
Back in 2004, Andy Murray found himself to the limelight with his long hair and also a breakthrough win in the Junior US Open.
He turned professional the next calendar year.