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Tennis: Pained Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

Reuters India Friday, 11 January 2019
Tennis: Pained Murray says Australian Open could be his swansongAndy Murray may retire after the Australian Open, with the severe pain from his troublesome right hip having become almost unbearable for him to play on, the former world number one said on Friday.
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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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