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Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

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Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

Andy Murray's place at next month's Australian Open is in doubt after it's confirmed the three-time grand slam tennis champion has tested positive for COVID-19.

Adam Reed reports.


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