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  • Wounded Murray pulls out of Wimbledon

    Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon on the eve of the tournament after the two-time champion decided he isn't fit enough to compete at the All England Club.

  • Plenty at stake as Murray, Federer, Djokovic eye semi-finals

    Andy Murray will retain his world number one ranking if he makes the Wimbledon semi-finals Wednesday, while Roger Federer defies age and Novak Djokovic fights a shoulder injury.

  • Federer, Murray through to quarters

    Roger Federer and Any Murray ease into the quarters of the Wimbledon 2017 after victories against Grigor Dimitrov and Benoit Paire respectively.

  • Murray survives Fognini scare

    Andy Murray survives a scare from Fabio Fognini as the defending champion scrapes his way into the Wimbledon last 16.

  • Murray, Nadal aim to bury Wimbledon doubts

    Defending champion Andy Murray and fellow two-time winner Rafael Nadal take centre stage on the first day of Wimbledon, keen to deliver early hammer blows to any doubts over their title aspirations.

  • Hip problem forces Murray out of Hurlingham

    Defending champion Andy Murray's troubled build-up to Wimbledon continues as he withdrew from playing an exhibition match because of a hip problem.

  • Murray pays on-court tribute to attack victims

    Andy Murray pays an emotional on-court tribute to the victims of the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester that left 29 people dead and scores injured.

  • Murray faces French Open tester

    Short of confidence and recovering from illness and injury, Andy Murray will hope he can avoid becoming part of an historic French Open double act when he faces in-form Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.

  • ‘I've struggled to stay motivated’

    Britain's Andy Murray says that it has been hard at times for him to stay motivated since he became world number one last year.

  • Muddled Murray searching for form ahead of French Open

    With the French Open starting on Sunday, Murray has accrued 1,210 to the 4,915 of Rafael Nadal and looks a pale imitation of the player who won his last 24 matches of 2016 to knock Novak Djokovic off his pedestal and seize power in men's tennis.

  • Murray thumped by Fognini

    Defending champion and world number one Andy Murray was swept aside by home favourite Fabio Fognini at the Italian Open on Tuesday, being completely outplayed in a 6-2 6-4 defeat.

  • Sharapova's wildcards driven by media coverage

    The level of media coverage surrounding Maria Sharapova's return to tennis from a doping suspension has been a key factor in the five-time grand slam winner being offered wildcards to events, men's world number one Andy Murray has said.

  • Murray confident that Sharapova will play at Wimbledon

    Maria Sharapova is still waiting to hear if she can play at the French Open later this month but men's world number one Andy Murray expects her to be at Wimbledon in July.

  • Thiem stuns Murray

    Dominic Thiem claimed his first win over world number one Andy Murray to book his place in the final of the Barcelona Open on Saturday 6-2, 3-6, 6-4.

  • Nadal, Murray advance to Barca Open quarter-finals

    Third seed Rafael Nadal remained on course for a 10th Barcelona Open title after reaching the quarter-finals with a 6-3 6-4 victory over Kevin Anderson on Thursday.

  • Murray crashes out of Monte Carlo

    Andy Murray surrendered a 4-0 lead in the decisive third set on his way to defeat at the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday as the world number one's 2017 season hit another setback.

  • Plenty on the line in Monte Carlo for Murray, Djokovic

    The top two players in the world, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, both have something to prove as the pair return to the tour from injury to play this week's Monte Carlo Masters.

  • Wawrinka advances, to face lucky loser Nishioka

    Stan Wawrinka breezed into the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open on Monday and saw another seed removed from his path to the final when lucky loser Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan turned his match against Tomas Berdych upside down.

  • Djokovic, Federer, Nadal advance at Indian Wells

    Novak Djokovic launched his bid for a sixth ATP Indian Wells Masters crown with a two-set triumph over Kyle Edmund as the stars shone in the California desert.

  • Three-set matches not solution for Davis Cup: Nadal

    The introduction of best-of-three set matches in the Davis Cup won't be enough to halt the drain of top talent from the 117-year-old world tennis tournament, Rafael Nadal said.

  • Murray claims 45th career title with Dubai triumph

    Andy Murray clinched his first title of 2017 and 45th of his career as he dominated Spain's Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 6-2 to win the Dubai Tennis Championships on Saturday.

  • Agassi backs Djokovic to rebound quickly

    Andy Murray is yet to reach his maximum potential and should only get better but the world number one has not seen the back of Novak Djokovic, according to eight-times grand slam champion Andre Agassi.

  • Murray avoids Djokovic fate

    With Novak Djokovic's reign broken, Andy Murray boosted his claim to the Melbourne Park throne with a comprehensive 6-4 6-2 6-4 win over American Sam Querrey to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open on Friday.

  • Murray, Djokovic face testing draws at Aus Open

    World number one Andy Murray could face challenges from Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka if he is to reach a sixth Australian Open final following Friday's draw.

  • Murray, Kerber top seeds at Aus Open

    World number ones Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber were named the top seeds on Thursday for next week's Australian Open with organisers aligning with the current rankings.

  • 'Sir Andy' looks to banish Aus Open tennis blues

    Newly knighted Andy Murray will bid to end a run of heartbreaking defeats at the Australian Open and see off his chief rival Novak Djokovic as he enters his first Grand Slam tournament as world number one.

  • Djokovic admits ‘unacceptable’ to hit ball into crowd

    Novak Djokovic said he did not intentionally hit a ball into the crowd during his Qatar Open final against Andy Murray, an incident which threatened to take the gloss off his victory.

  • Murray battles through

    World number one Andy Murray claimed his 26th consecutive victory on Wednesday with a battling 7-6 (8/6), 7-5 win over Austria's Gerald Melzer to reach the Qatar Open quarter-finals.

  • Murray eases to 25th straight win

    Andy Murray began 2017 where he left off last year, beating Jeremy Chardy in straight sets in his season opener in Qatar on Tuesday to register his 25th consecutive victory.

  • ‘Djokovic still the biggest rival’

    World number one Andy Murray insisted Sunday that Novak Djokovic will remain his biggest threat in 2017, as the pair prepare for a potential first clash of the season in Doha this week.