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Australian Open '19 could be Andy Murray's last tournament

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[UK], Jan 11 (ANI): Former world number one Andy Murray, who has had a rough 2018 season, having missed most of the tournaments due to a hip injury, stated that the upcoming 2019 edition of the
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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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