Djokovic's start may follow Murray's finale at Aussie Open


"Because if it is my last match I want to try and enjoy it and enjoy the whole experience".

'So I can't have a real opinion on all of this, because no one of my representatives came to me and asked me if I am happy with the president or not.

"I don't think it is impossible, but it will be very hard", Dr. John O'Donnell said on BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek radio programme, adding that the player has exhausted every avenue in an attempt to soothe his troublesome joint.

The temperature perhaps indicative of the action with the fab four - Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and the all-butretired Andy Murray - in various levels of preparedness, attempt to get the first Grand Slam of the year going, perhaps for the last time as members of tennis' celebrated circle. Whatever happens, I will always cherish our wonderful matches over the years and be grateful for those experiences Big hug Andy, stay strong. "He would make a fantastic ambassador not just for Scottish sport but for British sport in general".

She would not have imagined then that Roger Federer, the man who won the same two Grand Slam singles titles that year, would still be among tennis' elite more than a decade later. Because of the way the last six months of competing have gone, I could win but it's likely that I won't.

"I'd like to go out on my terms. He is truly inspirational".

The former world number one said he would like to finish his career at Wimbledon, but admitted the Australian Open could be his last tournament.

His great rival Nadal expressed his sadness at Murray's impending retirement but backed his decision as the right move for his mental health.

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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. "I don't know if it's ever going to get better than that, because that was it for me".

Few people would have put money on Murray being the first of the "big four" of tennis to retire, and his imminent exit is a stark reminder that this golden generation can not go on forever.

Their careers have always been intertwined.

When Murray does hang up his racket for good, Corretja said the Scot will have a great career behind a microphone. We will miss him.

World number one Djokovic starts his tournament tomorrow.

"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".

Although the German is regarded as the most capable of the next generation to break the Slam cartel of the old guard, he has never gotten beyond the third round in Melbourne and has reached the last eight of a Major only once.