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Murray moving well in practice after ankle injury scare

Murray moving well in practice after ankle injury scare

MELBOURNE, Jan 19 (Reuters) World number one Andy Murray took to the Melbourne Park practice courts without obvious discomfort today just a few hours after turning his right ankle during a second round match at the Australian Open.
The British top seed said he heard a "few little crackles" yesterday after taking a nasty tumble in the third set of his 6-3 6-0 6-2 win over Russian teenager Andrey Rublev on Rod Laver Arena.

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