On bad hip, Andy Murray out in 1st round of Australian Open
Monday, 14 January 2019 () MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — If this was it for Andy Murray, if this truly was it, he gave himself — and an appreciative, raucous crowd that included his mother and brother — quite a gutsy goodbye. What Murray could not quite do Monday at the Australian Open was finish off a stirring comeback and prolong what might just be the final tournament of his career. Playing on a surgically repaired right hip so painful that pulling on socks is a chore, he summoned the strength and strokes to erase a big deficit and force...
Andy Murray will not quit the majors without another characteristically nasty fight. His last French Open: five brutal sets before Stan Wawrinka put him to rest. His last Wimbledon: five more sets of agony with his hip all out of sorts. Today at the Australian Open—which, given his retirement...
Two tennis fans at the Australian Open were removed by security after they began fighting over the headband of Belarusian star Aryna Sabalenka at Melbourne Park on Wednesday, January 16. Sabalenka, 20,..
Two tennis fans at the Australian Open were removed by security after they began fighting over the headband of Belarusian star Aryna Sabalenka at Melbourne Park on Wednesday, January 16.Sabalenka, 20,..
Melbourne, Australia (CNN)For the second straight day at the Australian Open, a towering player hit 50 more aces than his shorter opponent . Japan's Kei Nishikori withstood 59 aces Thursday to defeat..
Britain's Jamie Murray and Brazilian partner Bruno Soares come from behind to reach the third round of the men's doubles at the Australian Open. BBC Sport - SportsAlso reported by •WorldNews •Independent