Tennis: Kyle Edmund Hails Andy Murray As His Biggest Role Model
Kyle Edmund has depicted Andy Murray as “maybe Britain’s best sportsman ever” as the three-time grand slam champion nears injury implemented retirement from tennis.
In a passionate press conference in front of the Australian Open, Murray recognized the principal hammer of 2019 could turn out to be his last competition because of the proceeding with agony he endures while fighting a long-standing hip issue.
Murray expressed a longing to play on until Wimbledon, an occasion he has won on two events, however regardless the previous world number one’s sparkling vocation shows up close to its end.
Murray’s triumph at the 2012 US Open finished a 76-year sit tight for a British men’s singles champion in a grand slam.
The next year saw him turn into his nation’s first male Wimbledon champ since 1936, while he was likewise practically without any assistance in charge of Great Britain’s 2015 Davis Cup triumph and guaranteed two Olympic gold decorations previously achieving the highest point of the ATP rankings towards the finish of the 2016 season.
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 🎾 pic.twitter.com/xkxUXf1lOb
— Kyle Edmund (@kyle8edmund) January 11, 2019
Just heard Kyle Edmund say that Andy Murray could possibly be Britain’s greatest ever sportsman
I’m in a bit shock to be honest
This is immensely disrespectful to Mark Noble & Jack Wilshere
— Paul 🍀 (@itstartedin1882) January 11, 2019
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