Former world number one Andy Murray claims that seeing Roger Federer bid a tearful goodbye at the Laver Cup has not inspired him to organize his send-off.
The 35-year-old Briton said, “I’m not thinking about that right now.
Murray, a member of the European team that lost the Laver Cup for the first time, worried that he could retire in 2019 due to a hip issue.
The World team won the doubles match on Sunday, 13-8, in London despite Murray and Matteo Berrettini’s loss.
After 25 years as a professional, Swiss great Federer, 41, played his farewell match on Friday, and there were moving moments as he said goodbye.
The 20-time Grand Slam singles winner made another address on Sunday at the O2 Arena to a standing ovation.
Three-time central winner Murray stated, “I definitely won’t and don’t deserve to have a send-off like that.”
“It was great to have all those folks there watching on the side of the court because Roger deserved that night.
“I would probably announce after I play my last tournament, but I’m not sure when that will be.
I’m still competing in tennis and am in terrific physical shape to take on top players.