What does Winning Antwerp Mean for Andy Murray?

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Andy Murray wins Antwerp Andy Murray won Antwerp, continuing his comeback from hip surgery, claiming the ATP 250 title. Only nine months after Murray he was out of pain and was hoping to return to the game he loved. Roll forward to the grass season. Murray once again followed in the footsteps of doubles specialist […] READ MORE


Heather Watson finding form in Tianjin

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Briton Heather Watson had been on a disappointing run of form recently. That is until the British #2 arrived in Tianjin. In fact, successes had been few and far between all year for Watson. An ITF title early in the year in Fukuoka, Japan was followed by a number of early losses in other events. […] READ MORE


Why Andy Murray Should Return to Singles After the US Open

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Andy Murray looks set to make a return to the singles court. This has been his ultimate aim since having the hip resurfacing operation early in the year. The former British #1 is in Washington for the Citi Open; he will play the doubles event with older brother Jamie. Having started the comeback on the […] READ MORE


Andy Murray & Serena Williams Make Mixed Doubles Splash

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Andy Murray and Serena Williams have teamed up for the mixed doubles event at Wimbledon. Both players coming back from injury, Murray from hip resurfacing and Williams from knee problems. Williams left it late to agree to play with the Brit. The American wanted to wait until her first round match had finished to see […] READ MORE


Andy Murray and Serena Williams will play Mixed Doubles at Wimbledon

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Andy Murray is progressing along with his comeback to the tour. Claiming the title in Queens with Feliciano López marked the fairy tale start. Following on from Queens, Murray entered Eastbourne with Marcel Melo. The Brit and Brazilian were not able to replicate the previous week success, losing in the first round. The former British number […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Marks Comeback with Queen’s Doubles Title

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Andy Murray announced in January his tearful retirement plans. It was thought to be the end of his career. The Brit opted for life-changing hip resurfacing surgery, the same as Bob Bryan had. Murray is now pain-free and able to do normal everyday things. Playing with his children, walking the dog. Even tying his shoelaces […] READ MORE


Andy Murray to play Doubles at Wimbledon

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Andy Murray will play Wimbledon. The Brit is starting his comeback from what appears now to be career savings surgery. Murray is back on court for the first time since January. Playing doubles at the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club, London, the former World #1 has linked up with Feliciano Lopez. Murray appeared a little […] READ MORE



How The Brits will fare at Roland Garros

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  Qualifying for Roland Garros has started, the main event is just around the corner. Last Word on Tennis takes a look at how the Brits will get on in Paris.   With Andy Murray out of contention due to injury, there are not many Brits around to fill the void. We will take a […] READ MORE


Johanna Konta breaks through in Rabat

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Johanna Konta ended a great week in Rabat by making the final. Up to this point the Briton had never managed to advance beyond a quarterfinal on the red dirt on the WTA tour. Typically, British players have a reputation for not much enjoying the clay and, whilst it’s not entirely deserved, there certainly isn’t […] READ MORE