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Rusedski's career in balance...

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Rusedski's career in the balance ..

Former British number one Greg Rusedski says he is yet to decide whether he will continue playing next season.
The 33-year-old has a long-term hip injury which may need surgery and he has lost his place in the top 200.
"My future is by no means decided and I'm still weighing up my options," said Rusedski, who will play in the Aberdeen Cup exhibition event on 25 November.
"I feel I've got some good tennis left, but I have to listen to my body and make the right call at the right time."
Rusedski's ranking means he no longer qualifies automatically for ATP Tour events...

Full story and some kind words for Andy...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/6150296.stm
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I wouldn't be surprised if he joined Sky's tennis team. They've had him in the studio  a few times now.
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Yes, it's obvious that's where his future ambitions lie - yawn, yawn.  Sorry but I'm not a huge fan of the Grin.
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Yes, it's obvious that's where his future ambitions lie - yawn, yawn.  Sorry but I'm not a huge fan of the Grin.

He was on sky recently during the Paris masters and was very good. Much better than Barry.
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he was on during masters cup aswell and i liked him ... he had really good points and i liked the smile .. only thing i didnt like was he said that he thought Nalbandian would win Blake ( but he didnt hehe)
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Rusedski to play on next season
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Aww he's an awesome guy...i met him at the Aberdeen Cup (hence the pic)  and he was sooo sweet!

Hes just a geniunly nice guy!
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it shall be one of his last if not his last. He will soon be a BBC pundit or something like that
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