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Back in 1992 at Wimbledon when Monica Seles was on top of the tennis world, her dominance of the WTA sparked a rebellion of sorts. Since they could not beat Seles on the court, a new plan of attack was devised – off the court. Seles’ victims began openly complaining to the media about Monica’s […] Continue to read full article...

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Aug/21

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Murray Believes Medvedev and Alcazar Will Be No. 1

Former ATP world no. 1 Andy Murray sees a couple young players who have all the right moves and attributes to someday accomplish the top ranking. “Of the current ones Medvedev would be the guy I would expect to get there first,” Murray told ATP.com this week. “I think maybe he will need to be […] Continue to read full article...

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With the Olympics now behind us until 2024, tennis reverts back to its usual cycle of ATP events and with the last of this year’s Grand Slam’s taking place next month, now is not the time for anyone to suffer an injury. Because an ailment at this stage of preparations, will at best derail plans […] Continue to read full article...

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There was a mammoth 77 years between Fred Perry’s third successive Wimbledon triumph in 1936 and Andy Murray’s maiden success at the Championships in 2013. However, like London buses, you wait ages for one, then a couple come along in quick succession, and that was the case with Murray, as he lifted his second Wimbledon […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/20

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Can Andy Murray Bounce Back From A Torrid 2020 at AO?

2020 is drawing to a close. However, that doesn’t mean a quick fix to the upcoming tennis schedule! The coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on last year’s sporting calendar, with many tennis tournaments being pushed back to a later date or, in some cases, cancelled all together – Wimbledon included. And, with the Australian Open 2021 […] Continue to read full article...

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Andy Murray will have to get used to the idea that he’ll never be able to compete at the top table of men’s tennis again. That’s the view of seven-time Grand Slam winner John Newcombe, who believes Murray’s hip problems and length of time on the sidelines has left him too much to do if […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/19

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Andy Murray A Champion Again In Antwerp

Andy Murray earned his 46th ATP singles title today beating Stan Wawrinka in Antwerp 36 64 64 to win the European Cup. It’s the first title for Murray since 2017 and his hip surgery earlier this year. “It means a lot. The past few years have been extremely difficult. Both me and Stan have had […] Continue to read full article...

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