Wozniacki: I can win Australian Open

Rafael Nadal shrugged off concerns about his fitness ahead of the Australian Open

Rafael Nadal shrugged off concerns about his fitness ahead of the Australian Open

Scotland's Murray first met Nadal, who has won 17 Grand Slam titles, when they were teenagers and played against each other at junior tournaments.

But the lay-off means she will start her Australian Open campaign against Estonia's Kaia Kanepi with limited court time after crashing out of the warm-up Sydney International at the first hurdle. He's a great champion, he's a friend of mine that I grew up with. Your hard work and perseverance taught me so much.

"From there, I've been in the third round 100 million times already". So now I feel confident and it's okay.

Australia's chief singles hope begins her campaign against Kumkhum, who had surprised at Melbourne Park past year by beating Belinda Bencic and reaching the third round. She went on to add two more titles in Eastbourne and Beijing to bring her career tally to 30.

What few knew as her season drew to a close was that the indefatigable Dane had been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, an auto-immune disease that can cause swelling and pain in the joints.

Following her exit in Singapore, Wozniacki said she took time off to recharge her batteries, which included a visit for the lifelong Liverpool fan to Anfield to watch the English Premier League side, before returning to the courts on December 1.

"I'm used to it, I've played in Davis Cup matches, I played in many many situations like this and well, I hope to enjoy the match like him", he said.

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"When I saw the message, I was like, 'Ok, whatever, "' she said. "But, of course, there is periods of time that you don't see the light".

"And I think she's fitter now". "I've pretty much done everything that I could to try to get my hip feeling better and it hasn't helped loads".

But she suggested that could change soon.

Prime Minister Theresa May said: "Andy Murray has had a fantastic career and time and time again has made this nation proud... he will be remembered as one of the best and most successful athletes of his or any generation". "I want to get to Wimbledon and stop but I'm not certain I can do that". "Obviously I've been talking to her a lot even past year". It's kind of insane that all of a sudden she's not on tour any more. "The scary thought looking at the women, they have to be thinking at this point, "Gosh, she was 60, 70 per cent past year reaching two finals, and now she seems fitter, leaner, she's moving better". That break (at 4-3) broke me a little bit in that moment. Yeah, I think everyone I feel like knows when it's time and when it's right.

"I think it's sad, I'm sad on behalf of Andy because Andy is so fun for me to watch". Then I can think about, like, the finals and winning. He's such a great athlete.

She too was not playing well; the umpire's decision to penalise her for being coached from the stands, for racquet abuse and calling him a "thief" set her off. I really appreciate what he's done for women's tennis.

"It's like if I'm talking to someone one-on-one it stresses me out". It's never fun when it's not on your terms.

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