Murray was indestructible at his peak says Corretja

(Reuters) – Andy Murray’s former coach Alex Corretja said on Saturday that he was indestructible at the height of his career after the Briton announced he would retire this year due to hip problems. FILE PHOTO: Andy Murray of Britain serves the ball Zurich, Switzerland – 10/04/2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray held a tearful news conference on Friday saying he planned to bow out at Wimbledon in July if his hip allowed him to play on. The 31-year-old has drawn Corretja’s fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut,…

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