Three-times Grand Slam champion Murray said before his first round exit at the Australian Open last month that the tournament could be his last as a professional due to severe hip pain Firstpost - Published
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A chastened Rafa Nadal said even his best tennis may have not been enough against a rampant Novak Djokovic after being thrashed by the Serb in the Australian Open final on Sunday...
Melbourne (CNN)Novak Djokovic crushed Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open to win his third straight grand slam and record seventh title at Melbourne Park. Djokovic prevailed 6-3 6-2 6-3 in their 53rd..
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will face off in the Australian Open finals. This is their first major final meeting in five seasons. Tennis enthusiasts are excited for a repeat of their six-hour turf..
In the past few years, Murray became the proverbial face of British tennis, in a country that had had tennis stars, but no true tennis idols since the 1930s, and the iconic Fred Perry - many of whose.. Firstpost - Published
Former World No. 1 Andy Murray, who faced a first-round ouster from the ongoing Australian Open, said that if the match was his last one, it was a brilliant way to finish. DNA - Published Also reported by •Sify
Murray announced at an emotional press conference on Friday that he would retire at Wimbledon this year, but conceded the Australian Open could be his last tournament, so great have been his injury.. Firstpost - Published
On Friday, a teary-eyed Murray said the Australian Open could be his last tournament as a professional but the battle-scarred 31-year-old left the door ajar for a return. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Five-times Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova has offered a dim view of male players' support for gender equality in tennis, saying Briton Andy Murray has been one of the few "exceptions" championing.. DNA - Published
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are both gunning for a record seventh Australian Open crown from Monday, but Andy Murray will make his last appearance in Melbourne as the era of the "Big Four" draws.. DNA - Published
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.. Firstpost - Published
Former champion Rafa Nadal shrugged off concerns about his fitness ahead of the Australian Open and paid tribute to fellow 'Big Four' rival Andy Murray, a day after the emotional Briton revealed plans.. DNA - Published
Murray wasn't afraid of staring down the superhuman excellence of his peers, nor of putting his body through the wringer, and certainly not of baring his emotions before the world. Firstpost - Published
[UK], Jan 11 (ANI): Former world number one Andy Murray, who has had a rough 2018 season, having missed most of the tournaments due to a hip injury, stated that the upcoming 2019 edition of the Sify - Published
In today's episode of Spodcast, we discuss UAE's win over India at AFC Asian Cup, Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul controversy, Andy Murray's retirement after Australian Open and other results. Firstpost - Published
Here's the full script of Episode 120 of Spodcast where we discuss UAE's win over India at AFC Asian Cup, Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul controversy, Andy Murray's retirement after Australian Open and other.. Firstpost - Published
A tearful Andy Murray on Friday announced he would likely retire this year due to severe pain from a hip injury, saying next week's Australian Open could be the last tournament of a glittering career. Firstpost - Published
Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray has confirmed that he will call time on an astonishing career at Wimbledon this year, that is, if he is able to last that far. The Scot, who is a five-time.. Sify - Published
The Briton said basic things in everyday life, like putting on socks and shoes, were causing him severe pain and he had grown weary of talking about his hip in every conversation. Rediff.com - Published
Andy 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. Reuters India - Published
Andy Murray will be retiring this year because of the severe pain from his troublesome right hip with next week's Australian Open potentially his last tournament as a professional, the former world.. DNA - Published
Murray has struggled to regain form since undergoing hip surgery last January, and was quickly dismantled by Djokovic in the Australian Open practice match at Margaret Court Arena. Zee News - Published