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Baseliners are too dominant. A true golden era would see more clashes between different playing styles.
Retiring from a career in elite sports can be stressful in a number of ways, something the former tennis world number one understands very well.
Too often athletes are forced into a narrative in which their sport overtakes everything, to the detriment of their health and future happiness.
He was seen as 'moody' and 'petulant', but Murray was just a single-minded champion who deserves the success he has enjoyed.
Tennis should be a more regularly accessible sport for more children. That's where we find more Johanna Kontas, Heather Watsons and Andy Murrays.
Tennis player Andy Murray employs former great Ivan Lendl as his coach.
Just because you were good at sport does not mean you can coach without furthering your qualifications and experiences.
A very good year for Murray.
The world number one has made some interesting appointments to help Team Murray to the top.
Murray holds up the ATP World No.1 trophy in November 2016.
Research has shown that hard times and losses can help athletes perform better.
It all got a bit too much for Wales fan Jamie Collins.
Football, cricket, athletics, rugby – whatever the sport, the tears are never far away, for both the stars and the spectators.
Tennis provides an excellent example of a sport of global significance being tainted by gambling’s influence.
The current controversy over match-fixing in tennis has some ironic elements. Anyone watching the Australian Open on free-to-air TV will notice the proliferation of sports betting ads.
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Andy Murray has some big boots to fill.
Andy Murray triumph at Queen’s on June 20.
The genetics behind sporting ability are getting more complicated all the time - so don't waste your money on online tests.
Pilates, strength and training: how to handle those long Paris rallies.
Tennis rivals have come to view Murray as mentally weak.
The UK number one has been in good form lately, but if he is to start winning Grand Slams again, he will have to break his Djokovic hoodoo first.
Alone against the world.
Britain’s number one tennis player must have been looking forward to an opening week of Wimbledon with the pressure slightly off, but thanks to England’s World Cup failure, a nation turns its lonely eyes…
The tennis world is abuzz with the glass-smashing news that Andy Murray has appointed former world number one Amelie Mauresmo as his coach. This time it’s not the glass ceiling that being cracked, but…