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'The pain is too much' - Murray on brink of retiring

14 January 2019

He successfully defended the title a year ago, his 20th major.

"I know how not well he was", said the Swiss. "I lived a normal life, which I enjoyed a lot".

While two months' pregnant, Williams claimed a record seventh Australian Open title in the professional era in 2017 but missed out on her title defence while on maternity leave.

"He doesn't have many enemies, to be quite honest". The severe pain from his surgically repaired right hip is restricting his movement and he has already flagged he'll retire after Wimbledon - if he can keep playing that long.

"She doesn't seem to be missing it right now".

She returned to the tour at Indian Wells previous year and had a roller-coaster season, forced to pull out of the French Open fourth round with a pectoral muscle injury and was later beaten by Angelique Kerber in the final at Wimbledon. "It doesn't feel like it to me".

Annabelle Croft told Sky Sports News: "Andy Murray as left an extraordinary legacy, he won Wimbledon twice, two Olympic gold medals, Davis Cup champion, he finished the year as world number one, 45 titles to his name and I think everyone will remember him as an utter Braveheart on the court".

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"If I am not feeling good, I will not be here", the 17-times Grand Slam champion said at Melbourne Park on Saturday."I have good feelings in terms of the surgery that I have in the foot. I don't know if that's also something that maybe is part of the equation".

The 31-year-old Russian, seeded 30th, won her maiden Slam at Wimbledon in 2004 when Dart was aged seven.

Osaka is the leading contender among the younger generation of players, warming up for Melbourne by making the semi-finals of the Brisbane International.

However, the build up to the tournament has been dominated by Andy Murray revealing he is set to retire after this year's Wimbledon due to his ongoing hip problems - and that is only if he can make it.

"I guess everybody can understand where he comes from".

The Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the 2019 tennis season, kicks off Sunday night (7 p.m. ET, ESPN 2).

Last year, seeded four, he crashed out in the last 32 to South Korea's Chung Hyeon and has only reached one quarterfinal in 14 major appearances.

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Both paid tribute to the former world number one on the eve of the year's first Grand Slam with Federer adding that the Scot should be "incredibly proud" of what he had achieved.

The three-time Grand Slam victor didn't miss young Aussie Nick Kyrgios after bumping into him at dinner.

Five-time finalist Murray plans to start the tournament in Australia, but he has conceded it could be his last after 20 months of struggling to overcome a long-time injury.

Believe me, it's not easy.

"As an athlete, fellow tennis player and friend, I respect and fully support you every second of this Australian Open and every next attempt to compete at the highest level".

"But other than that, I feel like it's really individual, I think from person-to-person, how you react to different things".

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'The pain is too much' - Murray on brink of retiring