Roberto Bautista Agut expects injured Andy Murray to 'fight hard' in Melbourne clash

Credit: Zee News- Published 1 week ago
Three-times Grand Slam champion Murray on Friday said that he might retire after this year's Australian Open, with the pain of his right hip becoming almost unbearable.
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