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  • Djokovic Completes Career Slam Over Murray in RG Final

    Novak Djokovic triumphed for the first time at Roland Garros after defeating Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 in Paris. 

 Tennis: Not to be this time @andy_murray but great performance to reach another grand slam final. Well done Andy! — Team Scotland (@Team_Scotland) June 5, 2016 Andy Murray just killed it at an entirely

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  • The Rise of Jamie Murray

    Jamie Murray is set to become the first male Brit in the modern era to hold a World Number One ranking, and it is fair to say that he has done it against the odds. The older Murray brother has, rightly or wrongly, been in the sizeable shadow of his younger brother Andy for some

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  • Murray Defeated in Straight Sets in Australian Open Final

    World Number One Novak Djokovic proved once more that he is the best player in men’s tennis with a straight sets win over World Number Two Andy Murray. Djokovic claimed a sixth Australian Open Title by winning 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) against a spirited Andy Murray on the Rod Laver Arena. The title was also

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  • Kyle Edmund – Let Down by His Body Again

    After Kyle Edmund suffered another loss as a result of cramp, it is time to ask questions why the 21 year olds’ body has failed him once more. Edmund Feeling the Heat There is little doubt that Britain’s exciting young player can become a star of the future. With a serious degree of confidence for

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  • 2016 – The Continued Rise of Johanna Konta?

    After a breakthrough year in 2015 in which Konta enjoyed immense success, can she push on even further in 2016 and lift that illusive WTA title? Australian Open With freezing temperatures being endured here in the United Kingdom, the story could not be more different ‘down under’ with temperatures continuing to soar. In a sport

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  • 2016 – The Year of Andy Murray?

    With the Australian Open just around the corner, Lewis Wright analyses Andy Murray’s chances in the tournament this year, as well as his overall prospects for the coming tennis year. Andy Murray enters 2016 as arguably the greatest player this nation has ever seen, and yet that World Number One spot still eludes him. With

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  • The LTA Must Act Now after Britain’s Davis Cup Victory

    After Great Britain won their first Davis Cup for 79 years, engaging millions of Brits in the process, there is simply no excuse for the LTA to not capitalise on that momentum. ‘Golden times for British Tennis’? After a string of astounding performances from the Murrays, James Ward, and Captain Leon Smith to lift the

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