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Australian Open 2019: Battling Andy Murray beaten by Bautista Agut – but opens door to return

Credit: The Sport Review- Published 3 days ago
The impressive Melbourne Arena at the Australian Open would have been packed out no matter who five-time finalist Andy Murray had drawn for this first match. For Murray, a three-time Major champion, two-time Olympic gold medallist, former world No1, revealed in an emotional press conference that this may also be his last match in...
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