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Andy Murray set to play in Australian Open, says tournament director

WorldNews Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Andy Murray set to play in Australian Open, says tournament director‘For sure Andy will be here,’ says Craig Tiley Former world No 1 has been playing in Asian tournaments Andy Murray is expected to compete in the 2020 Australian Open, according to its tournament director, Craig Tiley. The former world No 1 had career-saving hip surgery earlier this year and...
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