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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.

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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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.

Judy Murray has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Picture: Robert Perry

Judy Murray awarded OBE for services to tennis

Her sons have won more than a few honours in their time at the top of world tennis.

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Judy Murray has a tattoo of a spider to mark the journey her sons have taken to the top. Picture: Robert Perry

Judy Murray gets tattoo to honour journey of Andy and Jamie

Judy Murray has told how watching her sons rise to international sporting stardom inspired her to get her first tattoo at the age of 57.

Andy Murray admits he's likely to lose top spot. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray: I’m going to lose my World No.1 ranking

Andy Murray feels it’s inevitable he’ll lose his place as World No.1 ranking at some point in the near future.

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Andy Murray is backing the Great Get Together event. Picture: Contributed

Andy Murray among celebrities backing ‘Jo Cox weekend’

Andy Murray has thrown his support behind a weekend-long celebration aimed at celebrating all that we hold in common.

Judy Murray opened up about her regret about Jamie Murray's career.

Judy Murray: ‘I sent Jamie away too young’

Judy Murray has revealed that sending her son Jamie for tennis training in England too young may have ruined his chances of becoming a top singles player.

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Andy Murray reacts during his semi-final match with Stan Wawrinka at Roland Garros. Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Andy Murray in a good position for Wimbledon, says Greg Rusedski

Former British number one Greg Rusedski has been impressed by Andy Murray’s progress at the French Open and believes he is well placed for grass.

World No 1 Andy Murray trains in preparation for today's semi-final against 
Stan Wawrinka in Paris. Picture: Alex Pantling/Getty Images

French Open: Ivan Lendl says hard work paying off for Andy Murray

Ivan Lendl is not your warm and fuzzy sort of guy, not the sort to offer a hug, a cup of tea and jammy dodger when things are not going well.

Andy Murray stretches to return the ball to Japan's Kei Nishikori during their French Open quarter-final on Court Philippe Chatrier. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

French Open: Andy Murray aiming to up game against Stan Wawrinka

We seem to have been here before: Andy Murray is one match away from the French Open final and standing in his way is the muscular Swiss Alp, Stan Wawrinka. He is not the tallest peak in the locker room range but he is a devil to climb nonetheless.

Andy Murray celebrates after winning against Japan's Kei Nishikori.  Picture: Francois Xavier Marit/AFP/Getty Images

Time violation spurs Andy Murray to victory in quarter-final

Andy Murray won through to the semi-finals of the French Open with an impressive victory over Kei Nishikori of Japan.

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Andy Murray says he'll never turn his back on the UK. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray vows he will never be a ‘tax exile’

Andy Murray has promised never to turn his back on Britain and join many of his fellow multi-millionaire tennis players in tax exile.

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Picture: Eurosport

Andy Murray tribute following terror attacks

World number one Andy Murray has paid tribute to those affected by the recent terror attacks in the UK.

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Andy Murray returns the ball to Russia's Karen Khachanov during their match at Roland Garros. Picture: AFP/Getty

Andy Murray eases into French Open quarter-finals

Andy Murray eased into his 29th grand slam quarter-final with a straight-sets win over Karen Khachanov in Paris.

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Andy Murray is interviewed following his victory in the fourth round match against Karen Khachanov of Russia. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray pays tribute to terror attack victims

After winning his fourth round encounter at the French Open, Andy Murray used his post-match interview to send his condolences to the people caught up in Saturday’s terror attack in London.

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