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Andy Murray (31) in tears: “Australian Open could be my last tournament”

Former number 1 in the world, tennis player Andy Murray, fears that the Australian Open is the last tournament of his career.

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The 31-year-old Scot, who last year had surgery on his right hip, said he is still not pain free can play. He fears that the injury chronic. “I have now been twenty months of severe pain when I play tennis,” said the visibly emotional two-time olympic champion against reporters at Melbourne Park. “I would like to say goodbye after Wimbledon, but I don’t know or get that. The Australian Open could be my last tournament…”

Murray played Thursday a next season against Novak Djokovic, the current world number 1. With a backlog of 6-1 4-1 strike Murray, the unequal fight.

The former number one in the world and three-time grandslamwinnaar, reached five times in the final of the Australian Open, but won the tournament, never. He takes the in the first grand slam tournament of the year in the first round against Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut.

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