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"I am not worried about anything," said Zidane in a press conference on Tuesday.
In their social media post, the couple revealed they plan to split their time between the UK and North America.
"It means a lot," Murray said after his triumph. "The past few years have been extremely difficult... I didn't expect to be in this position at all, so I'm very happy."
Zidane added, "We never thought this game would not go ahead. What we have to do is put all our energy into the match because the rest, we could spend a week talking about it."
In January, British former world No.1 Andy Murray admitted the 2019 Australian Open could be his last tournament during a tearful press conference.
"The performance was really, really good... You can't control a game away from home much more than that," said Potter.
Mbappe put the cherry on the cake in the final minute as the home fans let off a cascade of fireworks in the stands to celebrate the birthday of one of their hardcore supporter groups.
"He is an important player and tomorrow, he will be prepared like everyone else."
"I look forward to showing our efforts again as the original 'One Team,'" she added.
According to the League, the work "aims to defend the values of integration, multiculturalism and fraternity."
He gets a satisfaction from coaching children with special needs that he never experienced as a player, even if it is a world away from the glamour of the Premier League.