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Australian Open: Andy Murray spurred on by world number one status

BBC News Saturday, 14 January 2017
Australian Open: Andy Murray spurred on by world number one statusBritain's Andy Murray says he needs to continue to improve if he is to remain world number one.
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News video: Australian Open day one kicks off

Australian Open day one kicks off 00:52

Fans flock to Melbourne Park for the first day of the Australian Open as the world number one Andy Murray sets out to end a record run of the final defeats and his great rival Novak Djokovic seeks to become the tournament's greatest champion of all-time.

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