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  • Double Trouble: Round-Up of Weeks 20 and 21

    Week 20 The Winners It was a third doubles final of the year for Amanda Carreras and her regular Italian partner Alice Savoretti. The unseeded pair have played superbly in patches, but put together a breathless week of play to take their first 25K title as a pair. Great to see success this week for

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  • Brits of the Week: Week 15

    Our weekly feature, Brits of the Week, assesses the three most impactful British players from the week just gone, in the opinion of our correspondent Sam Barker. Smart scheduling decisions are a major part of tennis. That’s why you may (or may not) have noticed my absence from Brits of the Week last week. With

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  • Double Trouble: Week 12 Doubles Round-Up

    Last week we were on the cusp of something truly spectacular. This week, it happened. The Record Breaker No.1 is No.1 No.2 is No.2@ATPWorldTour Think il have a fizz. pic.twitter.com/ufWar9hi7i — judy murray (@judmoo) March 27, 2016 He may have failed to record a victory this week but quite frankly he is unlikely to care

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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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  • Brits of the Week: Week 12

    Our weekly feature, Brits of the Week, assesses the three most impactful British players from the week just gone, in the opinion of our correspondent Sam Barker. With the bulk of the main tour action centred on the two week Miami Open, this is another week largely dominated by the cacophony of British juniors. As

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  • Double Trouble: Doubles Round-Up: Week 11

    It’s funny how tennis works. I was only two points away from writing about one of the best British doubles stories for decades. Instead I probably have our drabbest week of the year so far. The So-Close-But-So-Far James Cerretani / Max Schnur vs Daniel Evans / Lloyd Glasspool Drummonville Challenger Match Point https://t.co/A3rK3oYnWg — Your

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  • Double Trouble: Week 9 Doubles Round-Up

    With a weekend of classic Davis Cup action been and gone, of course there was doubles action at the very forefront of British Tennis fans’ minds as Andy and Jamie Murray teamed up to defeat the Japanese in Birmingham. But there was more than just Davis Cup doubles action this week: The Winners Very happy to

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  • Murray Brothers Secure Victory; Britain 2-1 Up vs Japan

    Andy and Jamie Murray once again combined forces in the third Davis Cup rubber earlier this afternoon and were successful, easily coming past Yoshihito Nishioka and Yasutaka Uchiyama of Japan in straight sets 6-3 6-2 6-4. The brothers from Dunblane were rarely troubled and not broken in the match against the Japanese duo, securing a

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  • BritWatch Week 9: 29th Feb – 7th Mar 2016

    BritWatch is our regular Friday piece introducing where each of our British players is playing in the upcoming week, whether it be on the ATP/WTA tours, the ITF Futures circuit, or further down at national, junior and collegiate level. Week 9 – 29th February – 7th March 2016 Week 9 sees the much anticipated first

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  • No Surprises as Davis Cup Squad vs Japan Announced

    There were no shocks as Britain’s Davis Cup Captain Leon Smith announced his squad for the first round clash against Japan in Birmingham next month earlier today, including Andy Murray, Dan Evans, Kyle Edmund, Dom Inglot and Jamie Murray in the squad. Aegon GB @DavisCup Team to face Japan: @andy_murray @kyle8edmund @Evo151216 @jamie_murray & @dominglot

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