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"I've had a great off-season and I feel very well prepared".

"Obviously I've been struggling for a long time".

"Wimbledon is where i would like to stop playing but I am not certain I am able to do that". Novak and Andy have played 36 times against each other on the Tour and five of those matches came at the Australian Open, never before the semi-final stage and four in the title encounter.

He insisted he would still try to play at the Australian Open but added "the pain is too much really".

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All the active grand slam winners in the men's game are over 30 and one of the most intriguing storylines will be whether the new generation can finally break the stranglehold. I can still play to a certain level, not a level I'm happy playing at. "I think there is a chance the Australian Open is my last tournament", he said. "There are little things, day to day, that are also a struggle".

He said basic things in everyday life, like putting on socks and shoes, caused him severe pain and he had grown tired of talking about his hip in every conversation.

"I'm going to play [in Melbourne]".

Murray, 31, is on the comeback trail after missing 11 months with a hip injury which has seen him slump to 230 in the world.

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Murray sounded understandably frustrated about the persistent right hip issue that has plagued him since 2017, as well as with the various methods of treatment that have failed to remedy the problem. Having the operation previous year was to give it the best possible chance of being better.

But he felt the Australian Open might end up being his swansong, given the pain from his hip had become nearly unbearable. I can still play to a level. It didn't help with the pain at all.

"The walking, there are certain things on the court I can not really do properly now, but the pain is the driving factor. But having the limitations and the pain is not allowing me to enjoy competing or training". The Scot was given a knighthood the following month.

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