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Express UK reported "Andy Murray: Nick Kyrgios reveals why Murray announcement is a ‘sad day’ for tennis" on Friday

[] He has been battling hip issues for the best part of two years and says he’s finding the pain to much to continue playing Andy Roddick is another who has had their say on the announcement Murray will face Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday NICK KYRGIOS has paid tribute to Andy Murray following the revelation he is set to retire from tennis.

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