On Murray, the former world no. 1 Patrick McEnroe said: "I watched a little bit of the match, actually a decent amount of the match he played with Medvedev", said McEnroe.
You probably know by now that tennis player Andy Murray has announced he expects to retire within the next few months. As victor of the last two majors, he's a strong contender to win in Melbourne Park again and become the first man with three streaks of three or more consecutive Grand Slam championships.
And 14-time major victor Djokovic hailed Murray in an Instagram post on the eve of the Australian Open in Melbourne. I am a positive guy.
"We are very fond of him and he is a great person to have around the club".
"It's kind of hard to put into words, but I can definitely tell the difference whether it's just soreness from training or soreness from that (arthritis)". He will continue playing through the Australian Open, noting, "I can still play to a level, not a level I'm happy playing at". But it was for a good cause. We played juniors together.
"Everybody knows that when Andy goes on court he gives 100 per cent", said the Spaniard.
It was the big-hitting Estonian who stunned Halep in the first round of the US Open last summer before going on to reach the last 16, where she took a set off Serena Williams. It's just now that it's definite.
When asked whether the Australian Open would be his final tournament, he replied, 'There's a chance of that, yeah, for sure.
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"Something was telling me back then that we would have an fantastic rivalry and experience of playing each other on the biggest stage for many years to come". We are not 20 any more. "Obviously it was something that I really wanted, a big dream of mine to win a grand slam, and it was an wonderful feeling and an incredible two weeks". "Anybody would substitute their career with his".
She added: 'He's such a phenomenal competitor in an era of other great players, a champion for equality in sport and a genuinely nice guy.
"It's a tough one, but one down the road he can look back on and be incredibly proud of everything he has achieved".
Federer, who has dealt with his own injury concerns having been struck down by back and knee ailments prior to his renaissance in 2017, told CNN: "I hope it doesn't end with an injury".
I hope he makes it to Wimbledon, he deserves to exit the game on his terms. "I don't have to have it that way".
Tributes have poured in for the 31-year-old Brit, who has won two Wimbledon crowns and the US Open, as the curtain prepares to come down on his career. Both (Federer and I) came back from a very long time without playing tennis. "I've been very fortunate", he added to CNN. He didn't tally as many titles as the other members of the Big Four, but he broke decades-long droughts for British men in majors and at Wimbledon, and became the first player to win consecutive singles gold medals at the Olympics.
"I've been thinking about it, like where is that place?"