Andy Murray says he will keep playing as long as new hip allows – video

The former world No 1 Andy Murray said of the replacement hip he received in 2019, ‘No one can sort of tell me, guarantee me that my hip will be fine for the next five or six years, but that’s the risk I’m willing to take.’ He added that he would keep playing as along as fitness allowed.

Murray does not intend to play in next month’s Davis Cup following his defeat in Indian Wells and says he does not deserve to be selected anyway. The former world No 1 bowed out of the BNP Paribas Open in California after a straight-sets loss to the world No 4 Alexander Zverev on Tuesday.