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Andy Murray reveals he has ‘mixed emotions’ after his Australian Open exit


Having blazed defiance in making his exit from the Australian Open, Andy Murray gave an account of a day in the life of someone who has played tennis until gone four o’clock in the morning.

Ultimately his attempted recovery from a five hour, 45-minute second round fell short. The unyielding baseline play of number 24 seed Roberto Bautista-Agut saw the Spaniard prevail 6-1 6-7 6-3 6-4 in the face of fervent support for Murray, back on the Margaret Court Arena.

The three and a half hours it took meant that in all he had spent just over fourteen hours on court in five days, including the virtual all-nighter that extended deep into Friday.

Andy Murray has revealed his mixed emotions after crashing out of the Australian Open

Andy Murray has revealed his mixed emotions after crashing out of the Australian Open

Murray struggled with foot and back pain during the…



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