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Rafael Nadal allays injury concerns, pays tribute to Andy Murray

Zee News Saturday, 12 January 2019
Nadal declares himself ready to throw himself into a 14th campaign in Melbourne, starting with a first-round match against Australian wildcard James Duckworth.
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