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Sir Andy Murray has dominated the world of tennis and will thrive in retirement

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Sir Andy Murray has dominated the world of tennis and will thrive in retirementHe has become an icon of British sport and will be a significant figure even when he leaves the court
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News video: Novak Djokovic shocked at Andy Murray's retirement plans

▶ Novak Djokovic shocked at Andy Murray's retirement plans 01:06

Men's world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has paid tribute to rival Andy Murray upon hearing the news that the Scot planned to retire this year. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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