Stay strong! - Djokovic hails 'brave' Murray as retirement looms

Goodbye to a great How Murray won the hearts of the nation

Goodbye to a great How Murray won the hearts of the nation

Murray has won three Grand Slam titles - two at Wimbledon (2013 and 2016) following his first at the U.S. Open in 2012 - and helped Britain win the Davis Cup in 2015. "I said to my team "I think I can get through to Wimbledon" ... that's where I would like to stop - stop playing".

"He enjoys the Australian Open, and has been very keen to play there, but Wimbledon is the high point for him", he told BBC Radio 5 Live.

"I think I was probably even able to work a bit harder than I thought I was going to", said Federer. Getting through the first round will be a major achievement in 2019 for the former No. 1-ranked Murray, who has slumped to No. 230 after playing just 12 matches previous year following surgery on his right hip in January.

That won't happen now.' Murray will face Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday before deciding the best next course of action for his injured right hip. Now I can say I'm a real number one.

Nadal was forced to retire hurt in the fifth set of last year's quarter-final against eventual finalist Marin Cilic, eight years after pulling out midway through his last-eight clash against Murray with a knee injury.

"It was very obvious for everyone, you saw it, you didn't need to be on court, to notice that he's struggling, that he's not moving as well as he normally does", said the Serbian.

Djokovic, Nadal and Federer, in that order, begin 2019 as the top three in the world, the trio of 30-somethings having joined forces at the head of the sport once more.

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"We've seen so many years of Andy Murray being one of the fittest guys on the tour, running around the court, getting always an extra ball back".

Federer has skipped the European clay court season in recent years as he tries to manage his workload to extend a remarkable career, which shows no signs of slowing. I really appreciate what he's done for women's tennis.

When asked whether the Australian Open would be his final tournament, he replied, 'There's a chance of that, yeah, for sure. "We had wooden rackets, we had to travel 10 months of the year, we played every week, we couldn't take family with us, we couldn't take any masseurs, we didn't know any of that, we played with injuries".

The Spanish 17-time Grand Slam champion is returning after surgery on a troublesome foot injury, but insists he is recovered and raring to go. "But I played great in singles and in mixed doubles as well".

"His record is phenomenal and he did it all not only with humility and good grace, but also with a dry sense of humour that marks him out as a true Scot". "Obviously it was something that I really wanted, a big dream of mine to win a grand slam, and it was an fantastic feeling and an incredible two weeks".

The bad news keeps coming for Andy Murray. It's going to be uncomfortable. Is that unlucky? I don't know.

"I had to go out into the garden and take peeks at it through the window". Then I can think about, like, the finals and winning.

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