Andy Murray has spoken about his future at Wimbledon, following his latest loss at the oldest tennis tournament in the world.

The 36-year-old was left disappointed as he lost to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round on the Centre Court.

The Scot was leading by two sets to one in a match originally postponed on Thursday night (July 6) due to Wimbledon’s 11pm curfew.

However, Murray who was marking the 10th anniversary of his career, conceded the final two sets on Friday (July 7) to fifth seed Tsitsipas as he took over, winning 7-6 (3) 6-7 (2) 4-6 7-6 (3) 6-4.

Andy Murray unsure over Wimbledon future

When asked about how confident he is that he will return next year during the post-match press conference, Murray revealed: “I don’t know. Motivation is obviously a big thing. Continuing having early losses in tournaments like this doesn’t necessarily help with that.

“Yeah, it’s similar to I guess last year. I had a long think about things, spoke to my family, decided to keep on going. I don’t plan to stop right now. But, yeah, this one will take a little while to get over. Hopefully I find the motivation again to keep training, keep pushing, try and keep getting better.

“Obviously, you never know how many opportunities you’re going to get to play here. The defeats maybe feel a bit tougher.”

What is the prize money for Wimbledon 2023?

The prize money available to the winners and participants of the tournament is set at a record £44 million for 2023.

This represents a 10.9% rise from the 2022 tournament with the winners of the Men's and Women's Singles set to win £2,359,000 each.

The runner-ups are guaranteed £1.175 million for making it to the final whereas those who reach the first round (even without winning a single match) will receive £55,000.

The prize for the winners of the Men's and Women's Doubles is £600,000 per pair.

Wimbledon 2023 continues on BBC One, Two and online via BBC iPlayer.