AUSTRALIAN OPEN '19: New Rule Nixes Never-Ending Final Sets

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AUSTRALIAN OPEN '19: New Rule Nixes Never-Ending Final Sets U.S. News & World Report

Andy Roddick knows a thing or two about playing a tennis match that just won't seem to end. The Hall of Famer once won an Australian Open quarterfinal that ended 21-19 in the fifth set. He also lost a Wimbledon final against Roger Federer that went to ...

Video: Former US Open and Wimbledon Champion Breaks Down Announcing Shocking ... Newsweek

Tennis star Andy Murray broke down as he announced his retirement in a press conference on Friday morning (Thursday night ET) in Mlebourne, Australia. Speaking to reporters, the Briton revealed he planned to step away from the game after this year's ...

Heartbreak and disbelief as Murray announces retirement Yahoo News

Tennis ace Andy Murray's tearful announcement Friday that he'll be forced to retire this year prompted a volley of tributes to the man, fond recollections of a historic career and encouragement to serve up a fitting farewell. American star Andy Roddick ...

Andy Murray to retire at Wimbledon, at the latest FOX43.com

There will, unfortunately, be no fairytale comeback for Andy Murray. Hindered by a hip injury, the three-time grand slam winner announced Friday on the eve of the Australian Open that he will retire at Wimbledon in July — if he can make it that far ...

Andy Murray to retire, Australian Open could be last event Yahoo News

A tearful Andy Murray on Friday announced he would likely retire this year due to severe pain from a hip injury, saying next week's Australian Open could be the last tournament of a glittering career. The former world number one and three-time Grand ...

Australian Open may be Andy Murray's last tournament The Boston Globe

A tearful Andy Murray said the Australian Open could be his last tennis tournament because of a hip injury that has hampered him for almost two years. At a news conference in Melbourne Friday, the three-time Grand Slam champion said he plans to start ...

In Andy Murray, Tennis Loses One of Its Grand Sportsmen Yahoo Sports

Whenever Andy Murray does indeed retire—and it could be as early as Monday, as he suggested in a teary press conference Friday that the upcoming Australian Open could be his last tournament—the tennis landscape will have lost one of its great pillars ...

Andy Murray to Retire From Tennis This Season, Citing Constant Hip Pain Wall Street Journal

British tennis star Andy Murray announced Friday in Melbourne, Australia, that he can no longer handle the constant pain of a hip injury and will retire this season, the first of tennis's dominant “Big Four” to signal that his career is coming to an ...

Thursday's Sports in Brief Miami Herald

TENNIS. MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Andy Murray is still hoping to make it to one more Wimbledon tournament before his problematic hip forces him into retirement. For now, he's only committing to the Australian Open. In an emotional news conference ...

Andy Murray says he may retire after the Australian Open Business Insider

Tennis champion Andy Murray has announced the Australian Open 2019 may be the last tournament of his career. At a press conference in Melbourne on Friday afternoon, local time, Murray fought back emotion to make the announcement. In response to a ...

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