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Murray has no plans to retire despite earliest Wimbledon exit

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Andy Murray loses to John Isner at Wimbledon for the first time. Two-time champion loses 6-4, 7-6 (7/4), 6-7 (3/7),6-4 in second round. Scot says he has no plans to hang up his racquet next year.
3 months ago

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The IndependentThe Independent

Andy Murray confident he can still challenge despite earliest Wimbledon exit

Murray failed to reach the third round for the first time in his career.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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NDTVNDTV

Andy Murray Has No Plans To Retire Despite Earliest Wimbledon Exit

Andy Murray plans to be back at Wimbledon next year despite suffering a second-round defeat to John Isner on Wednesday -- his earliest-ever loss at the All England Club.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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News24News24

Murray has no plans to retire despite earliest Wimbledon exit

Andy Murray plans to be back at Wimbledon next year despite suffering a second-round defeat to John Isner on Wednesday -- his earliest-ever loss at the All England Club.

3 months ago·South Africa
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Times Now NewsTimes Now News

'I will continue to play': Andy Murray has no plans to retire despite making earliest exit from Wimbledon

Star British tennis player Andy Murray is not thinking about retirement but instead has plans to return to the All England Club next year after making a shock second-round exit this time. The 35-year-old was knocked out of Wimbledon 2022 by American John Isner 6-4, 7-6 (7/4), 6-7 (3/7), 6-4.

3 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Wimbledon: No plans to retire yet for Serena Williams despite first round exit

Former World No.1 Williams brushes off retirement talk despite shock Round One loss to unseeded Harmony Tan

3 months ago
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Wimbledon 2022: Andy Murray has no plans to retire despite earliest exit at tournament-Sports News , Firstpost

Andy Murray plans to be back at Wimbledon next year despite suffering a second-round defeat to John Isner on Wednesday.

3 months ago·Mumbai, India
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