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    Do you think Murray can win the Australian open?
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    No he can't
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    He hasn't been in such a good position to win one since 2013.
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    Murray still needs time to get back to his best and even at his best his best chance of a major are at Wimbledon. On hard court slams such as the Australian Open and US Open, Djokovic is the big favourite. And then there is Nadal, Federer, Nishikori, Stan and Berdych who are all capable of beating him. He is a mug on clay and there are at least ten players who can beat him at the French Open. Wimbledon is his best chance of winning a slam. The only real contenders there beside him are Djokovic who isn't that great on grass and a 33 year old declining Federer. So Murray at his best should get the better of Djokovic and perhaps Federer on grass although as a Federer fan, I wouldn't want that to be the case.
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    (Original post by Queen Cersei)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/tennis/30540389

    Do you think Murray can win the Australian open?
    I think that Andy Murray is a good tennis player however he always look weird in all the picture that you see him in :confused::confused:
 
 
 
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