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The former world number one has looked in ominous form in Melbourne
The American, gunning for her 18th Grand Slam title, struggled with a back injury
The Serbian has not lost since the US Open final
Play was suspended for four hours due to the extreme conditions
Edberg has agreed to work with former Number One Roger Federer as he made a high-profile return to court in Melbourne
The tournament has an “extreme heat policy” under which the referee can suspend play on outside courts and close the roofs
The German has been drafted in as coach
Andy Murray wrapped up his public preparations for next week’s Australian Open by losing an exhibition match to Lleyton Hewitt here in Melbourne yesterday, but is in a good frame of mind.
Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win
Roger Federer has become the latest player to recruit a 1980s great, with Stefan Edberg joining the former world No 1’s coaching team.
Andy Murray’s first match since undergoing surgery in the autumn ended in a straight-sets defeat at the hands of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
26-year-old Scot faces Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in exhibition tournament
The Scot is expected to win the prize, which is voted for by the public
New charismatic pontiff became a social media phenomenon in 2013
Greg Rusedski believes that Andy Murray’s main goal when he returns to competition in the new year will be to become world No 1.
Even after the Davis Cup, the world number two will not stop