Outplacement support | Retirement and succession lessons from Andy Murray

 Retirement and succession lessons from Andy Murray

Earlier this week, the tennis legend Andy Murray revealed plans to quit his career in tennis after Wimbledon following an ongoing recovery battle from his hip surgery.

The Standard.co.uk reports that 31-year-old Murray has struggled to recover from a chronic hip condition for almost two years and had surgery on his right hip last January, before returning to the tennis court in June 2018.

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