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Andy Murray beaten in five sets by Roberto Bautista Agut at Australian Open

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Andy Murray beaten in five sets by Roberto Bautista Agut at Australian Open

Andy Murray beaten in five sets by Roberto Bautista Agut at Australian Open

Murray stunned by taking the match to five sets, eventually losing 6-2 in the last to Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut.

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