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A National Treasure: Sir Andy Murray

With his head hung low, tears in his eyes and a break in his voice, three-time Grand Slam champion, Sir Andy Murray admitted that he had been in severe pain…

Konta deserving of greater recognition for her successes

By now, the story of Johanna Konta’s meteoric rise to the elite of the women’s game is well known in the tennis world. In June of 2015 she was ranked…

Murray’s disappointing start to the season is no reason to panic

Under the palm trees of Indian Wells, Andy Murray slumped to a straight sets defeat to Canadian world number 129 Vasek Pospisil. Pospisil is no slouch around the court, having…

Fed and Davis Cups in need of changes

As Andy Murray took a deserved week off from competitive tennis, his compatriots – including his brother Jamie – were slogging it out in both Canada and Estonia, in the…

Elitist or not, Andy Murray deserves a knighthood

Scotland’s favourite sportsman and World Number One Andy Murray has celebrated a fantastic year in tennis, and once again the question of whether he will receive a Knighthood for his…

Murray makes history again as world number one

Britain has its first men’s world number one tennis player since the ATP tour points system was introduced in 1973, and that man’s name is Andrew Barron Murray. The 29-year-old…

Great Britain’s defence ends in defeat but not disgrace

Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final defeat to Argentina, which ended the defence of the title they had won in Belgium last November, consisted of more twists and turns than a…

Great Britain claim Davis Cup with win over Belgium

When Great Britain last won the Davis Cup, Stanley Baldwin was Prime Minister, Jesse Owens was tearing up the athletics track, and Czechoslovakia was still a country. That was 1936…