Judy Murray: Prize money in doubles not good enough

Judy Murray has stepped into the debate over the disparity in winnings after it was revealed her son Jamie and mixed doubles partner Martina Hingis earned a relatively modest £100,000 to share when lifting the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon.

Ilie Nastase has been banned from the Fed Cup and Davis Cup. Picture: AP

Ilie Nastase banned by ITF until 2020 after Fed Cup row

Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase has been handed a three-year ban from the competition following his behaviour during the match against Great Britain in Constanta in February.

Andy Murray is looking for a doubles partner to take on Jamie and Judy Murray. Picture: Jane Barlow

Scottish tennis fan to partner Andy Murray in doubles match

One lucky Scottish tennis fan will have the chance to partner Andy Murray in a doubles match against his brother Jamie and mum Judy.

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Lifelong Hibernian fans Jamie and Andy Murray, fresh from their own summer successes at the US Open, Wimbledon and the Olympic Games, were able to celebrate the club's historic William Hill Scottish Cup win in 2016. Picture: Contributed

Andy Murray: Watching Hibs always made me cry

Andy Murray has revealed he would burst in to tears as a child whenever his beloved Hibs scored a goal.

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Judy Murray shared this image of the rebranded store on Twitter. Picture: Twitter/JudyMurray

Morrisons at Wimbledon rebrands to honour Jamie Murray

Morrisons at Wimbledon has rebranded as ‘Murriwins’ to celebrate Jamie Murray’s doubles victory at SW19.

Roger Federer, the Wimbledon champion, will play at the Hydro in Glasgow on 7 November. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Roger Federer ‘can’t wait’ to play Andy Murray’s Glasgow fundraiser

Roger Federer, still buzzing from his historic eighth Wimbledon win, yesterday confirmed that come hell or high water, he will make his first trip to Scotland in November for Andy Murray’s charity fundraiser.

The morning after the night before, Roger Federer was hungover when he met the media. Picture: PA.

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer tells coaches to ‘up their game’

An unprecedented eighth Wimbledon trophy won, a staggering 19 grand slam titles collected, another £2.2 million added to his £80m prize money kitty – is there anything that Roger Federer cannot do?

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The Federer family: Children Charlene Riva, Myla Rose, Lenny and Leo with their mother, Mirka, and grandmother, Lynette. Picture: PA.

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer couldn’t do it all without Mirka

Behind every successful man, there is a successful woman – or so the saying goes. And as the most successful man ever to have played the game of 
tennis, behind Roger Federer there must be a remarkable woman.

Wimbledon champion Roger Federer predicts that Andy Murray will bounce back from his hip injury. Picture: Getty.

Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray will be back says Roger Federer

Roger Federer, fresh from re-writing history by becoming the only man ever to win eight Wimbledon titles, is backing Andy Murray to bounce back from his hip injury and be better than ever.

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Garbine Muguruza salutes the Centre Court crowd following her victory. Picture: Getty.

Wimbledon 2017: Garbine Muguruza targets more slams

Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza says while she is winning grand slams she has no interest in her ranking – unless she becomes world No 1.

Andy Murray remained in the locker room as brother Jamie triumped in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray didn’t watch brother Jamie’s Wimbledon win

Jamie Murray says younger brother Andy “waited in the lockers” during his mixed doubles champions match at Wimbledon.

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Jamie Murray (L) and Switzerland's Martina Hingis hold their mixed doubles winners trophies aloft. Picture: Getty

Wimbledon 2017: Jamie Murray & Martina Hingis triumph in final

Jamie Murray won a battle of Britain at Wimbledon as he and Martina Hingis overcame Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen to secure the mixed doubles title.

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Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Marin Cilic. Picture: Getty

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer makes history with eighth title

Roger Federer trounced a tearful Marin Cilic to become the first man ever to win eight singles titles at Wimbledon.

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Hats the way to do it: Garbine Muguruza tries the trophy on for size. Photograph: Steven Paston/PA

Queen Garbine wants to dance with Roger Federer

Wasting no time settling into her new role, the new Queen of Wimbledon, Garbine Muguruza, wondered how far her powers would extend. Could she request that Roger Federer dance with her?

Fed express. For Marin ili, its not just a Wimbledon final, its a Roger Federer Wimbledon final. Photograph: Getty Images

Roger Federer: Normal limits do not apply

When Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open in 2008, the first of his 12 grand slam titles, he was asked: how did you do it? His answer was brief and it was telling.

Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis both have a history of doubles success. Picture: Getty.

Jamie Murray eager to relive that winning feeling

Jamie Murray will today bid to win the mixed doubles at Wimbledon for a second time, after triumphing with Jelena Jankovic ten years ago.

Garbine Muguruza celebrates beating Venus Williams. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Muguruza completes transit of Venus

A sweet-smiling Spaniard by way of Venezuela came on to the Centre Court yesterday and ruined a fairytale. But such are the charms of 23-year-old Garbine Muguruza that the crowd quickly fell completely in love with her.

Alfie Hewett (left) and Gordon Reid celebrate beating Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer in themen's wheelchair doubles final at Wimbledon. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Scotland’s Gordon Reid retains Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title

Scotland’s Gordon Reid and partner Alfie Hewett landed the Wimbledon wheelchair men’s doubles title in thrilling fashion.

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Garbine Muguruza of Spain celebrates victory after the Ladies Singles final against Venus Williams. Picture: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Garbine Muguruza defeats Venus Williams to triumph at Wimbledon

Garbine Muguruza won a battle of the generations by thrashing Venus Williams to secure her first Wimbledon title.

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