Andy Murray had planned to retire after Wimbledon – but may go after Aussie Open

SOBBING Sir Andy Murray is on the verge of quitting tennis after admitting: I’m in pain daily.

In an extraordinary pre-Australian Open press conference, the British sporting legend fears his first-round against Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut on Monday could be the LAST of his glittering career.

Andy Murray had planned to retire after Wimbledon – but may go after Aussie OpenGetty Images – Getty8 Andy Murray broke down in tears in front of reporters at his pre-tournament press conference in Australia
Andy Murray had planned to retire after Wimbledon – but may go after Aussie OpenGetty Images – Getty8 Murray, usually so composed, struggled to hold back his emotions in Melbourne

The two-time Wimbledon champion, 31, is struggling with a troublesome hip injury that required surgery 12 months ago in Australia.

The Scot still hopes to carry on playing until Wimbledon this summer — but he worries his broken body is not allowing him to play at the highest level anymore.

Murray had to take a break from his presser after breaking down on stage here in Melbourne.

After several minutes backstage to compose himself, he said: “I’m not feeling good.

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