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LONDON (Reuters) – Scottish tennis player Andy Murray has tested positive for COVID-19, STV said on Thursday, adding that he is still in good health. The Scottish broadcaster said Murray was isolating himself and still had hopes of competing at the Australian Open next month. Murray is a former world number one and three-time Grand Slam champion who has slipped down the rankings in recent years after hip surgery.
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