Fellow Briton Sue Barker, who won the French Open in 1976, sympathises with what Murray has to come to terms with, having struggled with her own retirement in 1984.
The father-of-two said although he hopes to play at Wimbledon in July, he may not be able to bear the pain by then and the Australian Open may be his last tournament. "We are very fond of him and he is a great person to have around the club".
Two-time Wimbledon victor Andy Murray has targeted next summer's grass court championship in London as his stage to step away from tennis but the Scot's surgeon says that his hip injury may prohibit him from making it that far.
"You took me under your wing as soon as I got on tour, and to this day you have been someone I literally just look forward to seeing". He will be a very important loss for us, for the world of tennis, for the tour, for the fans, even for the rivals that he has been part of a great rivalry between the best players for a long time, and a great competitor.
Speaking to journalists before what could be his last public appearance on a court on Monday at the Australian Open, the three-time grand slam victor talked of his bitter regret at having to abandon competitive tennis and admitted he had "zero interest" in doing anything else.
"I can still play, but not to a level I'm happy playing at", said Murray ahead of his evening clash in Melbourne Arena on a day when temperatures are forecast to soar to 37 Celsius (98.6 Fahrenheit). "That won't happen now".
He will face Robert Bautista Agut in the Australian Open's first round on Monday.
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He puts family above all else - "I'd rather be getting up in the middle of the night and helping (my daughter)", he told The Daily Mail, "than winning every tennis match and her thinking when she grows up, 'Actually, you know what, he was a s***ty dad, but he won a lot of tennis matches'". I always had the feeling that we'll fix it. I think Andy's going to fight as he did all his career.
"Big increases in prize money, pension plan, new events, doubles initiative supporter, new progressive rules for injured players & LL's (lucky losers), challenger increases, facility upgrades ++", he tweeted.
"I'm still feel a little behind but that will come with more matches - hopefully more in the main draw". Anyways, I just want you to know, and I'm sure you already do, everyone wants you to keep fighting and to keep being you.
"I know sometimes it's hard mentally".
It was the big-hitting Estonian who stunned Halep in the first round of the US Open last summer before going on to reach the last 16, where she took a set off Serena Williams. He won everything he wanted to win. I didn't compete with this new serve, so let's see how it works. "If you're not improving, your ranking is going to go one way and I always believed I was playing in tournaments to win those tournaments". In an era where world tennis was often divided on the issue of equality - of pay and status - for women players, Murray's was a supportive, firm and decisive voice in favour of gender rights.