World No.2 Andy Murray arrived in Dubai and immediately hit the practice courts ahead of his clash with rival Roger Federer in the Dubai leg of the IPTL tournament at the Dubai Duty Free Stadium on Tuesday night.
The British No.1, fresh from his Davis Cup victory in Belgium, hit with young Brit Kyle Edmund and Davis Cup coach Leon Smith, as well as his own coach Amelie Mauresmo.
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