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The pain is too much- Murray on brink of retiring

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Melbourne Park is a place that will hold a lot of disappointment and regret for Murray when he looks back on his career, having been a five-time runner-up at the Australian Open, and the tournament is unlikely to hold fond memories this year either. The Spaniard faced some injury problems last year but the 32-year-old has on several occasions in the past shown the determination to make a comeback after suffering from injuries.

That could conceivably make this Australian Open his curtain call and as unlikely as it seems, Jim Courier refuses to rule out the possibility that he could add a fourth grand slam to his resume to deliver the Scot a fairytale farewell.

"I didn't compete with this new serve, so let's see how it works". Nobody expected that, and it happened.

Rafael Nadal expressed his concern that he had not been approached by a member of the ATP players council regarding the future of president Chris Kermode, admitting he expected to be consulted on such an important decision.

"Today is a different story". It always has been a big challenge to face Roger all around the world, on the different surfaces (and in) different scenarios.

Talking about his preparations ahead of his opening match of the 2019 Australian open, Nadal asserted that there is always a scope for improvement and that he is pretty confident of his game.

"It is true I try to improve, during all my career, all the things", he said. "I've tried everything I could to get it right and that hasn't worked". That's what we are trying.

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Federer, the most successful male player in tennis history, has seen unprecedented success throughout his professional career but as gets set to begin his 21st season, questions have begun to be asked as to his exit strategy from the sport he has dominated for the best part of two decades.

"Because let me tell you, none of my doubles is memorable".

The victory over Williams and everything that went with it swept the 20-year-old from Japan into a maelstrom but she has coped impressively and said: "I feel the same". And because of that, I believe that is not good to have changes all the time, because is hard to develop a good project of work if we have changes every three, four years.

"But being honest, when somebody like him, that he achieved nearly everything in his tennis career, is suffering like he's doing for such a long time already. probably he does the right thing for his mental health".

Spain's Rafael Nadal is seeded second, while ATP World Tour Finals victor Alexander Zverev is the fourth favourite as the German seeks his first Grand Slam title.

"It's going to take time for me to deal with it. I really wish him the best". We will miss him.

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