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Tennis: Bautista Agut expects injured Murray to 'fight' in Melbourne clash

Reuters Saturday, 12 January 2019
Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut will give no quarter to Andy Murray in their first round clash at the Australian Open and expects the injured Briton to "fight" hard in what could be his last match as a professional.
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Andy Murray just fought one of the biggest battles of his career. It may have only been a Round of 128 in the Australian Open but the Brit fought his way back from two sets down to take his opponent Roberto Bautista Agut to a fifth. Business INsider reports Murray announced last Friday that the...

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