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Andy Murray

Jamie Murray trolls brother Andy in hilarious video

Talking tech is all the rage with products such as Google Home and Alexa proving to be some of the most sought after devices in 2017.

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Twelve-time grand slam champion Novak Djokovic has been seeking advice from specialists as he bids to recover from an elbow injury. Picture: Getty

Contrasting US Open outlooks for Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray

Novak Djokovic is set to miss the US Open after one of his doctors indicated he will need six to 12 weeks to recover from an elbow injury.

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Would you like to see Andy Murray in Outlander?

Calls for Andy Murray to feature in Outlander

Outlander fans have called for tennis ace Andy Murray to make a cameo in the hit TV series.

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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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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.

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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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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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Andy Murray succumbed to injury at Wimbledon. Picture: Getty Images

Leader: A true champion shows what he’s made of in defeat

In the tunnel that leads to Wimbledon’s Centre Court, the players pass under two lines from the didactic poem “If”. It reads: “If you can meet with triumph and disaster and treat those two impostors just the same.”

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Andy Murray feels the pain of his hip injury during the defeat by Sam Querrey.  Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Alix Ramsay: Painful to see talent treated like machines

Tennis had better be careful what it wishes for. In the never ending pursuit of the sponsors’ dollar and the TV companies’ coverage, the sport is always looking to change and evolve: more demands on the top players, more tournaments, more schedules that suit the broadcast rights holders, not the players.

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Andy Murray has been urged to 'manage his workload' by his older brother Jamie. Picture: Joe Toth/AELTC POOL/PA Wire

Wimbledon 2017: Jamie Murray urges Andy to follow Federer

Jamie Murray last night admitted his heart went out to his brother as Andy suffered a painful Wimbledon exit and stressed he was full of admiration for how the champion battled right to the end of his five-sets defeat.

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Andy Murray was in significant discomfort during his quarter-final defeat. Picture: AFP/Getty

Andy Murray ‘50-50’ for US Open, says leading hip specialist

A leading hip specialist believes Andy Murray only has a 50/50 chance of playing at the US Open.

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Andy Murray wasn't happy with the way a reporter phrased his question during yesterday's press conference. Picture: PA

Andy Murray earns praise for calling out ‘casual sexism’

Andy Murray has been praised for calling out a reporter’s remark that has been classed as “casual sexism” and “ignorant”.

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Andy Murray may consider takeing a leave from tennis. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire.

Wimbledon: Andy Murray may take break from tennis, says ex-teammate

Andy Murray may take the rest of the year off after his Wimbledon defeat, says former Davis Cup colleague Jamie Baker.

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Andy Murray crumples in pain during his defeat by Sam Querrey. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

I gave it everything, Andy Murray says as title defence crumbles

Champion Andy Murray crashed out of Wimbledon yesterday but while the Scot was shattered by his quarter-final defeat he insisted: “I gave it everything I had and I’m proud of that.”

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Sam Querrey his victory against Andy Murray. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Aidan Smith: All pain, no gain as Andy Murray’s Wimbledon reign ends

Two years ago Sam Querrey went on a TV dating show looking for love but got his tactics all wrong. He hoped to hook up with an outdoorsy girl fond of hiking who liked wearing stilettoes and unsurprisingly went home disappointed.

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Andy Murray is out at the quarter-final stage. Picture: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

Five things we learned from Andy Murray’s Wimbledon exit

Andy Murray succumbed to American Sam Querrey in the quarter-final at SW19, losing 3-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1. Murray started strongly but injury cost him dear in the end, writes Joel Sked.

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Andy Murray shows his frustration during defeat to Sam Querrey at Wimbledon. Picture: John Walton/PA Wire

Wimbledon 2017: Injured Andy Murray exits to Sam Querrey

Andy Murray’s fitness issues reared their ugly head as the defending champion exited Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage, losing in five sets to American Sam Querrey, 3-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1.

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Kim Murray prefers the smaller tennis players. Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Andy Murray reveals wife Kim prefers little tennis players

Andy Murray’s wife is in his corner cheering on every winner and when he gazes frustratedly up to the stands after points are lost she knows how to lift her man – but the Wimbledon champion has revealed the tennis she really loves to watch and it’s not the kind he plays.

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Andy Murray on his way to a three-set victory over Frenchman  Benoit Paire. Picture: PA.

Wimbledon 2017: Enter Andy Murray – the flying Scotsman

A pattern has emerged this Wimbledon where a challenger with a trick or a haircut or an attitude arrives on the Centre Court intent on forcing Andy Murray to give up his crown. They’ll waggle their rackets at the dour champion with the Calvinist work ethic and taunt him: “Let’s see how your dodgy left hip likes this drop-shot!”

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Andy Murray celebrates with fans after beating Benoit Paire. Picture: AP.

Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray and Johanna Konta – a pair of aces

Andy Murray was happy to share the spotlight with Johanna Konta last night as the pair won through to the Wimbledon quarter-finals – the first time Britain has been represented in the last eight of both singles competitions for 44 years.

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