Andy Murray responds to criticism that he ought to retire.

Andy Murray acknowledges that some people believe he should stop playing tennis, but he adds that he will keep playing as long as he thinks he can become better. Since 2017, Murray, 35, hasn’t achieved a fantastic Grand Slam result, and he is past his prime.

Since recovering from two hip operations, Murray has only been able to claim one ATP title, which is a long cry from the accomplishments he was making in his prime. It has also given me a daily goal. You follow a regimen because you’re constantly looking for methods to advance and get better.

I like how that works “According to Murray, Tennis365. “I adore this activity. I enjoy the sport, and that is essentially why I am back and why I wanted to keep going. Many people believe that I shouldn’t be playing, therefore I guess I should listen to them.

However, I enjoy playing tennis and competing, and I think I can improve from where I am right now. It might change where I am if I get to the point where I don’t think I can get better or where I think things are perhaps going backward.

Murray discusses his assistance to Ukraine

Murray has been giving his award money to help Ukrainian children affected by the violence since March. Murray described the situation in Ukraine as “horrific.” I’m aware that it’s impossible to put yourself exactly in their shoes.

But it must be utterly horrifying, tragic, and frightening. I wanted to contribute, but the only thing I can probably do is donate money in an effort to support the kids who are being separated from their families.”

Murray, meanwhile, began his summer on hard courts this week at the Citi Open in Washington, where he lost to Mikael Ymer in the first round. It would be intriguing to observe how Murray performs coming up to the US Open since he hopes to complete at least one more significant Grand Slam run before calling it quits.