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Jun/22

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Kudla Beats Murray In Reality At Surbiton Challenger

By Scoop Malinowski One of the funniest moments in Grand Slam history happened moments after Andy Murray won Wimbledon in 2013. After the win vs. Novak Djokovic, Murray was asked by ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi if he had had any dreams the night before the final, and Murray shockingly revealed that he indeed did have a […] Continue to read full article...

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May/22

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Murray To Play Surbiton Challenger

Perhaps bothered by all the criticism of asking for and receiving two dozen wildcards into ATP main draws over the last year, former world no. 1 Andy Murray will compete in the Surbiton grass court Challenger before Wimbledon. Murray has been widely criticized in social media and tennis message boards for asking for too many […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/21

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Latest News From Tennis World

Tennis is one of the most watched sports on the planet. Of course, the big four tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open) are the most popular, but even the smaller ATP and WTA tournaments get a lot of people tuning in. This is especially the case for people who like to […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/21

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Murray Has Received Twelve Wildcards in 2021 But…

Andy Murray is a wildcard machine in 2021, so far the 34 year old Brit has asked for and received 12 wildcards – in Vienna, Antwerp, Indian Wells, San Diego, Metz, US Open, Winston-Salem, Cincy, Wimbledon, Queens, Rotterdam, Montpellier starting in February. In February in Montpellier (loss to Gerasimov 76 61), Murray’s ranking was 121. […] Continue to read full article...

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Andy Murray came out guns blazing vs Casper Ruud in San Diego last night. From the first ball of the match, Murray was grunting. I have never seen him start a match by grunting on the first shot, so this match was clearly vitally important for his psyche and his career. Murray is 34 now […] Continue to read full article...

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One of the funniest moments in Grand Slam history happened moments after Andy Murray won Wimbledon in 2013. After the win vs. Novak Djokovic, Murray was asked by ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi if he had had a dream the night before the final, and Murray revealed that he had indeed had a dream – and he […] Continue to read full article...

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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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