Britain's Andy Murray eyes on a shot during a practice session, ahead of the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016.((AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)
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Andy Murray made it crystal clear Saturday that he wouldn't hesitate to pull out of the Australian Open if his wife goes into labor -- even if it meant robbing the event of its men's final.Murray said he had no problem missing the chance of a third Grand Slam title, or ending the men's tournament early, if he has to dash home for the birth of his first child.Two-time Grand Slam-winner Murray has reached four of the last six finals at Melbourne Park, although he is yet to lift the trophy.Murray, 28, said he was growing increasingly excited about the prospect of fatherhood, with his wife Kim Sears due to give birth in the coming weeks.
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