Nadal said he was sad to hear another member of tennis fabled "big four", Andy Murray, was to quit tennis this year, possibly as early as next week, with chronic hip pain. But there's unlikely to be another run to the final for Andy Murray, who wants to start the tournament where he has reached the final five times but is unsure how much longer he can play because of the pain in his surgically repaired right hip.
Murray, 31, announced in an emotional press conference at the Australian Open that he intends to end his playing career after Wimbledon, but O'Donnell is pessimistic about his chances of playing in the tournament.
While the 21-year-old has appeared level-headed since her breakthrough at Flushing Meadows, she said she was still getting used to the spotlight.
He looked down, paused and added: "Obviously it didn't help enough".
Murray's career is expected to be finished in a matter of months.
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The Scot said he was determined to follow advice from psychologists and delay making decisions about what he does next. "Look, I'm playing good tennis".
"That's the hard thing about it".
Murray understandably doesn't talk much about it in interviews, saying that he was too young to fully understand what was happening at the time. That's why it's hard.
"I guess it's a surprise to get the announcement before the match, but he has laid his cards out on the table now, so there are very low expectations when he plays that match on Monday". He lost to him again in Shenzhen - and that was it for 2018 - 12 matches, seven defeats and nothing to show for it but a seemingly ineradicable limp and dwindling hopes after 15 years as a professional. At some point when you feel like you're never going to get back to 100 per cent, you've had the success that Andy has had, you can only understand the decision. I didn't compete with this new serve, so let's see how it works.
"And with the nature of the injury there were a lot of people who said this was going to happen at some stage".
"I think you just always try to figure out what's working and what's not, then you listen to the body, you try a few different things", Wozniacki said.
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However, both players already returned to training so their inclusion might be a game-time decision. There were one or two fantastic saves and the rest of it was about concentration.
"I feel good. If I am not feeling good, I will not be here", Nadal told reporters two days before the start of the first Grand Slam of the year.
But he has also been a role model off the court, especially with his support of women in the sport - a subject not many top male players rush to speak about. It gave him a canvas on which to paint his particular art.
Murray has said, 'I need to have an end point because I'm just playing with no idea of when the pain will stop. "I don't know if it's ever going to get better than that, because that was it for me".
"It was important for me just to leave the racquet behind for a while". I think it would be bad if I changed in three months.
"But being honest, when somebody like him, that he achieved nearly everything in his tennis career, is suffering like he's doing for such a long time already ... probably he does the right thing for his mental health".
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Murray, 21, was selected ninth overall in the first round of the MLB Draft last summer by the Athletics . Murray would have to return his signing bonus to Oakland if he does not play for the club.