Andy Murray to retire after Wimbledon

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Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray has confirmed that he will call time on an astonishing career at Wimbledon this year, that is, if he is able to last that far. The Scot, who is a five-time Australian Open finalist, will compete at Melbourne Park, but the ongoing pain in his hip has forced him into thinking of a...
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