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The pain is too much- Murray on brink of retiring

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Williams could be on collision course to face tournament top seed Simona Halep, with the Romanian now seeking to build on her maiden Grand Slam triumph previous year at the French Open.

"Ideally he would want to play there, but I imagine once you make the decision that you are going to stop it must get very hard to keep going with the rehab, never-ending exercising, and putting up with the pain".

"He is someone who simply never gets tired".

Nadal has missed long periods of tennis because of injuries throughout his career, still managing to amass 17 major titles, but has never contemplated a date for retirement.

"When you're young, you tend not to think about it too much", she said. He's targeting retirement at Wimbledon, if he can go that far. He said he understood his body and had a great team around him. "I tried pretty much everything that I could to get it right - that hasn't worked".

Rafael Nadal paid tribute to the retiring Andy Murray, saying the Brit would be a huge loss to the sport.

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"Empathy was my immediate reaction, how could you not be empathetic to a guy, and we're on the inside of the game so we've seen the sacrifices he's made, we've seen his professionalism, we've seen his determination to overcome the era that he was born into", Courier said.

Murray is scheduled to face Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in his opening round match on Monday in a match which, if he loses, could potentially be his final appearance on the worldwide tennis circuit. He, however, added that facing Federer has always been a big challenge for him.

"I watched basically the entire match a couple years ago when he beat Novak here". Before I said without a grand slam, you are not a real number one. "He can play well in fast courts, and that's what it's going to be a little bit here as well".

"Look, I'm playing good tennis. That's always a good thought".

But Wimbledon title holder Angelique Kerber is a close second.

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will be walking in as the favorite for the title and is expected to meet Roger Federer, the defending Champion.

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The Serbian triumphed at Wimbledon past year, while his upturn in form continued with victory at the US Open. "It doesn't feel like it to me".

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

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

World number one Djokovic suffered a shock defeat at last year's tournament as he continued his recovery from a long standing elbow injury.

And as the Briton begins his farewell tour, Federer, Nadal and Djokovic have all given their sentiments on Murray, with the news of their old adversary calling time on his career serving each of them a reminder of their own tennis mortality.

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