Andy Murray retirement verdict given as Jo Konta weighs in after Australian Open comment

“I think it differs in lengths on how hard you take some losses, and how long it takes you to recover from them,” Konta added. 

“I think all of them do become easier in time, and obviously it depends how quickly you move on to your next tournament, [and] your next match.

“But he’ll definitely be looking to improve on how he played, and what he was doing out on court, and really trying to be better in the next match he plays.”

Murray, who will turn 35 years of age in May, has won only four matches in five Grand Slams since his hip operation back in 2019.