Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares win doubles at Queen’s

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares teamed up to win the Aegon 
Championships doubles title at Queen’s Club yesterday, beating French pair Julien Benneteau and Edourd Roger-Vasselin in the final.

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Petra Kvitova raises the trophy after winning the Aegon Classic title in Birmingham yesterday. Picture: Getty.

Petra Kvitova wins Aegon Classic to cap amazing comeback

Petra Kvitova described winning the Aegon Classic title as “a fairytale” just six months after a career-threatening stabbing incident at her home.

Croatia's Marin Cilic celebrates beating Luxembourg's Gilles Muller. Cilics superior serving saw him through. Picture: Getty Images

Marin Cilic and Feliciano Lopez face off to be king of Queen’s

Marin Cilic and Feliciano Lopez will contest today’s final of the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club.

Roger Federer gestures during yesterdays semi-final. Photograph: Getty Images

Roger Federer reaches 140th career final

Roger Federer defeated Karen Khachanov 6-4, 7-6, 7-5 to advance to the final of the Gerry Weber Open for the 11th time in his storied career.

Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic in action during her semi-final match against Lucie Safarova. Photograph: Getty.

Petra Kvitova defeats Lucie Safarova to reach Aegon Classic final

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Andy Murray will play two exhibition matches. Picture: PA.

Andy Murray to play at Hurlingham ahead of Wimbledon defence

Andy Murray is to warm up for Wimbledon with two exhibition matches at the Aspall Tennis Classic at Hurlingham next week. The world 
No 1 has entered following his early exit at Queen’s Club, where he suffered a shock loss to world No 90 Jordan Thompson on Tuesday.

Dan Evans in action for Great Britain during a Davis Cup match. The British No 3 has admitted he failed a drugs test.  Picture Ian Rutherford

Tennis star Dan Evans admits he failed drugs test

British number three Dan Evans has revealed he failed a drugs test in April after testing positive for cocaine.

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Despite Andy Murrays recent lapse of form, Greg Rusedski sayshe can still win Wimbledon. Picture: PA.

Andy Murray still capable of winning Wimbledon says Rusedski

Andy Murray can still win Wimbledon and there is no need to panic about his recent dip in form, insists former British No 1 Greg Rusedski.

Andy Murray cuts a dejected figure during his defeat by Australia's Jordan Thompson at Queen's Club. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Andy Murray seeks positives in aftermath of Queen’s defeat

Andy Murray is hoping his shock first-round exit at Queen’s can act as a wake-up call and spark him back into life before Wimbledon.

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Boris Becker offered to remortgage a property in Majorca worth over �5m. Picture: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Three-time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker declared bankrupt

Boris Becker has been declared bankrupt – by a court official who watched him play on Centre Court.

Heather Watson has been granted a Wimbledon wild card. Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire

Wimbledon wild cards for Heather Watson and Laura Robson

Heather Watson, Laura Robson and Davis Cup stalwart James Ward are among the players to have been awarded Wimbledon wild cards.

Novak Djokovic will prepare for Wimbledon by playing at Eastbourne. Picture: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Novak Djokovic prepares for Wimbledon by playing Eastbourne

Novak Djokovic will warm up for Wimbledon by playing the Aegon International at Eastbourne.

A dejected Andy Murray leaves court after losing  to world No 90 Jordan Thompson. Picture: Getty.

Shock at Queens as Aussie stand-in defeats Andy Murray

According to Aljaz Bedene, there is no good time to play Andy Murray. According to Aljaz Bedene, Andy Murray is the favourite for Wimbledon. According to Aljaz Bedene, Andy Murray is most at home and plays his best on the grass courts of London.

Andy Murray has much to think about ahead of his Wimbledon defence. Picture: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP

Andy Murray: If I play like that, I won’t win Wimbledon

Andy Murray will not win Wimbledon, not if he plays the way he did yesterday to lose his Aegon Championships crown at Queen’s Club. That was the considered opinion of the world No 1 after his shock defeat in the first round.

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Andy Murray reacts during his defeat by Australia's Jordan Thompson. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Shock defeat for Andy Murray against world No 90 at Queen’s

Andy Murray’s Wimbledon preparations suffered a serious blow with a shock first-round defeat in the Aegon Championships first round.

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Andy Murray will donate the prize money from the ATP Aegon Championships tennis tournament at Queen's Club if he wins. Picture; Getty

Andy Murray to donate prize money to Grenfell victims

Andy Murray is planning to donate his prize money from the Aegon Championships to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire if he wins the tournament, it has been reported.

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Andy Murray trains in the sunshine at Queen's Club in preparation for his first-round match with fellow Briton Aljaz Bedene. Picture: Julian Finney/Getty

Aljaz Bedene says Andy Murray is favourite to win Wimbledon

Aljaz Bedene sounds like a beaten man. He has not laid a racket string on a ball in earnest yet at the Aegon Championships and yet he has the air of a man planning to make a swift exit.

Andy Murray is determined to make the most of the last few years of his career. Picture: Getty.

Andy Murray says he will not retire and game improving

Andy Murray is the world No 1, he has only just turned 30 (which is still youngish by mortal standards) and yet as he prepares for the defence of his Aegon Championship and Wimbledon titles, he is busy fending off questions about retirement and whether he is any good.

Johanna Konta  looks downhearted after losing to Donna Vekic. Picture: Getty.

Johanna Konta misses chance of first home title in Aegon Open

British No 1 Johanna Konta surrendered the chance to win a first tournament on home soil as she lost to Donna Vekic in the Aegon Open final.

Andy Murray is hoping to put his name on the Aegon trophy for the sixth time at Queens next week.  Photograph: Getty Images

Andy Murray hits his stride for the serious side of season

Roger Federer regards this time of the year as a turning point in the season. The Australian Open is great – he has won it five times – and winning the French Open in 2009 was a treasured moment because he completed his career Grand Slam. But this is when it gets serious.

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