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Wimbledon released a spine-tingling tribute to Andy Murray as he nears the end of his stunning career.

Murray is featuring in the tournament for the final time before he retires from tennis.

Injury ruled him out of the men's singles but he signed for up for both the men's and mixed doubles events as part of his farewell.

But his send-off began in unfortunate fashion on Thursday as he and brother Jamie were beaten 7-6 (8-6) 6-4 by Australian pair John Peers and Rinky Hijikata on Centre Court.

Murray was full of emotion after the match with parents, with parents Judy and Willie, his wife Kim and two of their daughters all in attendance.

And the official Wimbledon X account put together a stunning tribute to the three-time Grand Slam champion.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

The four-minute video contained the caption: "You made us dream. You made us believe.You made us cry. And you made us proud."

It featured a compilation of the highs and lows of Murray's career, with comments from a host of his great rivals like Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

After the defeat, Murray had a special farewell speech where the legendary Sue Barker returned to interview him.

"It was obviously very special to play with Jamie, we've not the chance to do it before," Murray reflected, as per the BBC.

"It was a race against time to get out here and physically it wasn't easy but I'm glad we were able to do it one time together."

He then touched on his future plans but is adamant he has to call it a day after persistent injury issues.

He added: "I’d love to come back. I love watching tennis. I’d probably be a little more comfortable in the coaching box [than the Royal box].

"I don’t want to stop playing tennis, but I have to. It’s hard."

Murray will have one last hurrah as he will pair with Emma Raducanu in the mixed doubles event.

Featured Image Credit: X/@Wimbledon

Topics: Wimbledon, Andy Murray