Since losing to Sam Querrey in the fourth round at Wimbledon on Friday Murray has found the wedding ring that went missing from his pocket.
Murray said he dropped the ring into his own trousers while waiting for his taxi.
“It’s about a six-inch ring, so it’s not small, it doesn’t really get put in pockets that much,” he told the BBC.
“I got the impression I was going to do it before the match so I just decided to take it off, I think, on the way to the courts, when I was coming out of the players’ tunnel, in my own shorts. I dropped it, dropped it somewhere and it got lost.”
Murray also admitted that he was uncomfortable with Querrey’s tactics of hunting him down during his defeat.
“I didn’t like how he was playing, my game wasn’t there. I didn’t move well enough. The fact I could only serve and volley for the entire match, that would be the only way to really beat me in the match,” he said.
The couple met back in 2009 when Murray was on the practice courts at the Mallorca Tennis Academy – which is run by Tracey’s son Callum.
Speaking to Hello! magazine, Tracey said: “Andy and I met when he was 12 on the practice courts and he was practicing with a girl from the academy.
“We were both thinking it was quite amusing, so we started a relationship. I couldn’t have loved him any more, he’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me.”
She added that their wedding next summer will be a “big family affair”.