Legend Murray can be proud of achievements, says Federer

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"Of course, it hits us top guys hard because we know Andy very well", the world number three said of the three-time Grand Slam champion and double Olympic gold medal victor.

If successful here, Federer would become the oldest victor of a major championship, eclipsing Australia's Ken Rosewall, who must think he stopped too young and at 84 still looks as if he might come out of retirement any day now.

However, her fitness had since gone up a notch and Margaret Court's all-time record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles may well be in peril at Melbourne Park, he said.

Djokovic won his first Grand Slam title here, in 2008, and since then, he has added five more in Melbourne to stand alongside Federer and Roy Emerson as six-time champions.

But when Murray finally zips his match rackets away for the last time, be it after playing Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open or at Wimbledon in...

Murray's retirement also perhaps makes Federer more aware that the era of the "Big Four" - himself, Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal - is closer to its end. I watched him in many, many matches on TV and I tried to do things on court that he does very well.

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But Dr John O'Donnell, who operated on the Scot's troublesome right hip, said: "I don't think it is impossible, but it will be very hard". "Maybe it just looks that way".

"Depending on how you match up with your opponent, who is going to win the big points, the margins are so slim nowadays that I'm just not thinking too far ahead".

After struggling with injuries himself in recent years, Novak Djokovic has told Eurosport that he can empathise with what Andy Murray is now going through.

In an interview with The Age, Federer said he was hit hard by Murray's retirement and seeing him "struggling". We like him. He's a good guy, Hall of Famer, legend. In past tournaments, some have grumbled that a nights-only program is also a favour done for Federer, but no one else.

"I know how not well he was", said the Swiss.

Fellow P7 pupil Katie Cullen also met the tennis star when he returned to the school, and she said he was "funny" and "very inspirational".

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"Everybody knows when Andy goes on court he gives 100%". "Will be a very important loss for us, for the world of tennis, for the tour, for the fans, even for the rivals that he have been part of a great rivalry between the best players for a long time, and a great competitor".

"I think it's a pretty open tournament and I think an outsider can win it". "That's always a good thought". I am a positive guy.

"Could have happened easily in the match against Novak, but it didn't, maybe because I was warmed up". I won a grand slam finally.

A buoyant Federer revealed he had enjoyed a successful break coming into the 2019 season.

After her breakthrough here past year, she didn't get beyond the fourth round at the other majors, but says she feels like she's hitting the ball well.

Frenchman Mouratoglou, who has guided Williams to the last 10 of her 23 Grand Slam titles, felt the American great was in "decent shape" when she reached last year's finals at Wimbledon and the US Open.

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