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John McEnroe plays down Andy Murray's Australian Open hopes

Independent Wednesday, 9 January 2019 ()
Murray, five times a runner-up in Melbourne, has struggled in the aftermath of hip surgery a year ago and is currently ranked 230 in the ATP standings
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News video: Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

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Tennis superstar Andy Murray says he has decided to retire this year because pain from his injured hip was becoming unbearable. Ed Giles reports.

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