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Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

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Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

Murray says Australian Open could be his swansong

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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