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Wimbledon planning to honour Andy Murray with statue

Wimbledon planning to honour Andy Murray with statue

The retiring Andy Murray, who ended Britain's long wait for a Wimbledon champion back in 2013, will have a statue erected at the All England Club.

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'I need time': Murray's lack of interest in any post-tennis pursuit
Australian Open

'I need time': Murray's lack of interest in any post-tennis pursuit

The three-time grand slam champion knows he will need to let the dust settle whenever his tennis career comes to a close before deciding on his next move.

  • by Simon Briggs
Murray was 'indestructible' at his peak, says former coach
Andy Murray

Murray was 'indestructible' at his peak, says former coach

At a time when power defined the modern generation of tennis players, Andy Murray relied on his great and sometimes underrated strength as a tactician to become a major champion.

De Minaur beats Sydney mate Thompson as Millman loses thriller
Alex de Minaur

De Minaur beats Sydney mate Thompson as Millman loses thriller

Alex de Minaur proved too strong for good mate Jordan Thompson at the Sydney International, before compatriot John Millman bowed out in a late-night marathon.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
After two decades in the spotlight, Roger and Serena meet on court
Serena Williams

After two decades in the spotlight, Roger and Serena meet on court

The highest single-session crowd in the Hopman Cup's 31-year history packed into Perth Arena for the inaugural clash between two tennis titans.

  • by Ben Rothenberg
Local support: Kyrgios champions the rise of the Demon
Australian Open

Local support: Kyrgios champions the rise of the Demon

Alex de Minaur soared up the rankings in 2018 to become Australia's highest-placed male and the man he replaced is an unabashed fan.

  • by Laine Clark
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Hewitt receives Brisbane doubles wildcard, will partner De Minaur
Lleyton Hewitt

Hewitt receives Brisbane doubles wildcard, will partner De Minaur

At the age of 37, Lleyton Hewitt still retains his competitive spirit, receiving a wildcard to play doubles alongside his protege Alex De Minaur in Brisbane.

  • by Laine Clark
Old guard: Djoker, Rafa and Fed year-end leaders once more
Novak Djokovic

Old guard: Djoker, Rafa and Fed year-end leaders once more

Normal service has resumed in men's tennis, with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer finishing the year atop the rankings.

  • by Howard Fendrich
'You are liars': Yannick Noah attacks Davis Cup revamp
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'You are liars': Yannick Noah attacks Davis Cup revamp

An emotional Yannick Noah, a two-time winner of the Davis Cup, has launched a broadside against organisers of the revamped competition.

No grand slams for Federer in 2019: Toni Nadal
Roger Federer

No grand slams for Federer in 2019: Toni Nadal

Rafael Nadal's uncle and former coach believes the demands of the men's game mean Roger Federer won't add to his record haul.

  • by Eleanor Crooks
Becker hails 'superstar' Zverev as best of new generation

Becker hails 'superstar' Zverev as best of new generation

German great Boris Becker says Alexander Zverev has proven himself as the best of tennis' new generation of men's players.