By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Thursday March 4, 2021
Kei Nishikori says let Andy Murray be. The Japanese star, contemporary off the courtroom in Rotterdam after a three-set win over Alex de Minaur on Wednesday in Rotterdam, was requested if anyone has ever known as for his retirement the best way that many appear to be pressuring Murray nowadays.
Nishikori mentioned no, and warned others that it’s Andy’s choice to make.
“I feel it’s just a little bit silly to ask him when he’s gonna retire, as a result of that’s one thing he’s going to resolve,” he mentioned.
“I hope he can come again…we’d like him.”
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“He’s the one one, he is aware of how he feels about [his] physique. I feel you’ll be able to sort of inform, he’s not in the most effective form but, however the best way he’s shifting proper now, however I hope he can come again, he’s my favourite participant we had many battles, I’m hoping he can come again to High 10 once more, and High 5. I feel we’d like him.”