Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is prone to be honoured with a statue on the historic Grand Slam venue, the All England Club’s chief govt instructed the BBC.
The 31-year-old Scot — who gained the grass-court Grand Slam in 2013 and 2016 — introduced final Friday retirement was on the playing cards resulting from a power hip damage.
He then choked again tears and broke down as he revealed he hoped to finish his profession at Wimbledon, however admitted the Australian Open which started Monday could be his final occasion as a result of the fixed ache was so unhealthy.
Richard Lewis, chief govt of the All England Club, stated Murray could nicely be honoured in the identical method as fellow Briton and a number of Wimbledon males’s singles champion Fred Perry.
Perry — who gained three successive Wimbledon titles from 1934-36 — had a statue unveiled in 1984.
“We at all times felt that when Andy retired, that might be the suitable time to recognise his extraordinary profession,” stated Lewis.
“I’m positive one thing like (a statue) shall be performed, however in the meantime down on the membership he’s seen as a highly-respected particular person each on and off the courtroom.”