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Andy Murray feeling 'more relaxed and relieved' after winning US Open for 1st Grand Slam title

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In This Handout photo dated Dec. 25, 2012 and made available by Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, left, and Andy Murray from Britain pose on a yacht a day ahead of Mubadala Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/Mubadala World Tennis Championship) (The Associated Press)

Andy Murray will experience a new sensation when he starts play at next month's Australian Open — feeling like a Grand Slam champion.

The third-ranked Brit broke through at the U.S. Open in 2012, adding to his gold medal at the London Olympics.

Murray said Wednesday that "now I feel more relaxed and relieved."

Murray was promoting a winner-takes-all $250,000 exhibition tournament in Abu Dhabi that serves as a warmup for the Australian Open, which runs Jan. 14-27.

Murray faces Janko Tispsarevic on Thursday in the opening match of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship. That will be followed by David Ferrer taking on Tomas Berdych. Novak Djokovic and Nicolas Almagro, who replaced Rafael Nadal, are also in the field.

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