Konta begins her Australian Open campaign on Tuesday against Australia's Ajla Tomljanovic, who she lost to in Brisbane last week.
"I guess everybody can understand where he comes from".
"I was disappointed and sad, a little bit shocked, to know now that we're going to lose him at some point".
"This year, again, we'll see what happens, but I'm very happy with the preparation thus far".
Corretja described Murray's style as something of a throwback, saying he may have lacked the explosive power of some of the modern generation but knew how to outwit opponents, agreeing with former U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick that he was unrivalled as a tactician. "When somebody like him (who has) achieved nearly everything in his tennis career, is suffering like he (has been) doing for such a long time already and you feel that you are not competitive for the thing that really makes you wake up every morning and go on court with the passion to practice, to improve, and with a goal, then it is so hard", he said.
Federer's hope is that it is him and not his body deciding when it's time for him to finally walk away from tennis. Both (Federer and I) came back from a very long time without playing tennis. "I can still play to a level, but not a level I have played at". "I've pretty much done everything that I could to try to get my hip feeling better and it hasn't helped loads". Everything I've done previous year made me be more relaxed. "I watched basically the entire game a couple years ago", Federer said.
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Maybe from Aussie stand point, yes he's been unlucky because he made five finals here [in Melbourne] and never won one.
While two months' pregnant, Williams claimed a record seventh Australian Open title in the professional era in 2017 but missed out on her title defense while on maternity leave.
Neither will head into the tournament as the defending champion, despite having won the first Grand Slam of the year on six and seven occasions respectively.
Danish tar Wozniacki insists she is well prepared for the defence.
"Why can I not be close to the top 10? he said and said his aim was to turn up at Melbourne "fresh" and win as many matches as he can".
"Probably he is fighting to keep going since a long time".