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English: Andy Murray, Australian Open 2010 Quarterfinals. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“I would hope there are no issues on the tour. You know, there have to be some players who are probably gay but I don’t think other players have any issues with it.”
— British tennis player Andy Murray, ranked No. 2 in the world, responds to a question on how the men’s tour would handle a gay male player. The women’s tour has seen a number of openly lesbian players since Martina Navratilova came out in the 1980s. (Agence-France Presse
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