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World number six Andy Murray has conceded he is still struggling with a shoulder injury after his straight sets win over Frenchman Benoit Paire at the Hopman Cup in Perth.
The British number one defeated Paire 6-2, 7-5 as Great Britain disposed of defending champions France 2-1 at the mixed teams tournament.
Murray suffered from shoulder soreness during his impressive win over Rafael Nadal in the Dubai Open last week, which he won after Novak Djokovic pulled out of the final.
The 27-year-old conceded that his shoulder was still causing him concern just two weeks out from the Australian Open.
“It is still quite sore,” he is quoted as saying by AFP.
“If it was my right shoulder it would probably be quite hard for me to play, I do not feel it on my groundstrokes as much but I feel it when I am serving.”
Murray said that he would seek treatment on the shoulder.