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


At Queen’s Club, Wide Open Field Signals Opportunity

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The warm-up events in the lead up to Wimbledon often throw up their fair share of shock results, largely as a result of the truncated grass-court season, sandwiched between the second and third Majors of the season. But the two most significant tournaments on the grass after Wimbledon, the Halle Open and the Queen’s Club […] READ MORE


Andy Murray to play doubles at Queen’s

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The former World No.1 and a holder of three Grand Slam titles Andy Murray has just confirmed that he’ll play the 2019 Fever Tree Championships at Queen’s Club, London. This we’ll be the Scot’s first tournament since he got a hip operation in January. It is still too soon for him to play in singles, […] READ MORE


The end of Feliciano Lopez’s remarkable run

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David Ferrer’s race is all but run. Tomas Berdych and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are pale shadows of the players that once offered powerful challenges to the game’s best. Andy Murray still hopes of a comeback, but it really is more hope than expectation. Even Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, though ranked inside the world’s […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Reminds Us that Comebacks are Difficult

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Today, in front of eager British tennis fans at Queen’s Club, Scotsman Andy Murray suited up for his first match of 2018. He has won the Queen’s Club Championships five times, one of the pivotal tune-up tournaments before the players head to the All England Club for Wimbledon. In the two times that Murray has […] READ MORE



Dan Evans Opens Up About Wild Card Situation

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Dan Evans is back on the circuit to the delight of most British tennis fans. The 28-year-old is a tremendous talent and one of only three active Brits to feature in the ATP top 50 at some point in their career (along with Kyle Edmund and Andy Murray). This creates a difficult conundrum to crack […] READ MORE



Andy Murray Undergoes Hip Surgery in Melbourne

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Former World #1 Andy Murray has had hip surgery in Melbourne today in an attempt to be fit and ready for the British grass court season. The Brit has not played a competitive match since the 12th of July at Wimbledon and many were doubting if we would ever see him at the top again. […] READ MORE


Nick Kyrgios Retires From Wimbledon in the First Round

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The first big story from this years Wimbledon Championships came from the packed arena of Court 2. The fans were anticipating multiple moments of Kyrgios magic but in fact they witnessed the contrary. In June, Nick Kyrgios suffered from a nasty fall in his first round match against Donald Young at Queen’s Club. He then […] READ MORE