10:18 AM Fresh from leading Britain to a long-awaited Davis Cup title, Andy Murray is already looking ahead to adding more grand slam silverware to his collection next year.
Martyn Herman Andy Murray sealed Britain's first Davis Cup title for 79 years with a brilliant 6-3 7-5 6-3 defeat of Belgium's David Goffin in a fever-pitch atmosphere at Ghent on Sunday.
Martyn Herman The magnificent Murrays, Andy and Jamie, put Britain within touching distance of a first Davis Cup triumph for 79 years with a doubles victory over Belgium duo David Goffin and Steve Darcis in Ghent
Martyn Herman Britain is within reach of its first Davis Cup title since 1936 and, if they win, they should be forever grateful to the unbeaten Andy Murray.
Martin Rogers Three Scotsmen walked into a pub here on Thursday and, no, that's not the start of a joke.
Bernard Tomic says he is fully committed to Australia's Davis Cup team despite Monday night's no-show at the Newcombe Medal.
Linda Pearce Sam Groth's best season just got better still, with the late-blossoming 28-year-old awarded the 2015 Newcombe Medal, his name added to an honour role that includes three-time winner Sam Stosur, Lleyton Hewitt and Nick Kyrgios.
Linda Pearce What started for love and flourished with dedication has left Novak Djokovic convinced he has much more to achieve from a career that is at its peak. An 11th title closed his best-ever season, if not the debate about where it sits among the finest there has been.
The British Davis Cup team have delayed travelling to Belgium amid ongoing security fears, but the players remain committed to playing in the final in Ghent.
Martyn Herman Novak Djokovic ended a magificent season by beating Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 to win the ATP World Tour Finals on Sunday.
Eleanor Crooks A year after the final that never was, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will play off for the trophy at the ATP World Tour Finals.
Chris Dutton Nick Kyrgios was the marquee man, but it was a 12-year-old junior who stole the show for the Canberra Velocity.
Linda Pearce The last week of Rafael Nadal's season was always going to be more about next year than this one, and so regardless of his semi-final result at the ATP World Tour Finals, the Spaniard will leave London with renewed optimism for a future that, in mid-2015, had begun to look rather bleak.
Martyn Herman Andy Murray can focus fully on next week's Davis Cup assignment in Belgium after Stanislas Wawrinka sent him packing from the ATP World Tour Finals
David Polkinghorne Canberra kids help world No.30 Nick Kyrgios rediscover his love for tennis.