Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Sluggish Andy Murray beats Illya Marchenko at Australian Open

It may not have been the most sparkling start to a grand slam campaign but Andy Murray was through to the second round of the Australian Open. His first grand-slam match as the world No 1 had been negotiated safely.

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New normal service: Being a father has helped Andy Murray progress. Picture: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Parenthood puts things puts things in focus for Andy Murray

For Andy Murray, the last 12 months has seen the world turned upside down, but in a good way, as he tells Alix Ramsay in Melbourne, where he is convinced a title is in the offing to add to his No.1 status

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Andy Murray hits a return during a practice session ahead of the Australian Open in Melbourne. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Andy Murray ‘in a good place’ for Australian Open title bid

The knighthood may be 
taking a while to adjust to but Sir Andy Murray has slipped into the role of world No 1 as easily as he would slip into a pair of comfy slippers (even if the thought of the nation’s most popular sportsman wearing carpet slippers is a little alarming).

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Andy Murray practises ahead of the Australian Open in Melbourne. Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Andy Murray could meet Roger Federer in Aus quarter-finals

Sir Andy Murray will play Ukraine’s Illya Marchenko in the first round of the Australian Open and could meet Roger Federer in the last eight.

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Andy Murray aims to encourage next generation of digital innovators

Andy Murray reaches out to teens in digital competition

ANDY Murray is encouraging teenagers to push their creative minds to the limit in a bid to develop new digital health technology.

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Jamie and Andy Murray with the Scottish Cup Trophy. Picture: contributed

Sir Andy Murray ‘always welcome at Easter Road’ say Hibs bosses

HIBS have opened the door to a sensational new signing after tennis legend Andy Murray revealed he fancies carving out a future career in football.

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Andy Murray shows off his football skills.  Picture: Jasper Juinen/Getty Images

Sir Andy Murray wants to work in football after tennis

Sir Andy Murray has revealed he would like to explore coaching once he quits tennis – and has not ruled out an audacious move into football.

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Sir Andy Murray admitted he did not immediately accept his knighthood due to concerns that it may have an adverse impact on his career. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Andy Murray admits he had concerns over accepting knighthood

Sir Andy Murray admitted he did not immediately accept his knighthood due to concerns that it may have an adverse impact on his career.

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Andy Murray has spoken of the moment he was told of this knighthood. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray reveals he didn’t immediately accept knighthood

Sir Andy Murray admitted he did not immediately accept his knighthood due to concerns that it may have an adverse impact on his career.

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Sir Andy Murray smiles during the final of the ATP Qatar Open against Novak Djokovic. Picture: AK BijuRaj/Getty Images

Sir Andy Murray increases rankings lead despite defeat

World No 1 Sir Andy Murray has strengthened his position at the top of the rankings despite being beaten by Novak Djokovic in the final of the Qatar Open last week.

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Novak Djokovic, right, embraces Sir Andy Murray after beating him in the Qatar Open final in Doha. Picture: AP Photo/Alexandra Panagiotidou

Sir Andy Murray upbeat despite defeat by Novak Djokovic

Sir Andy Murray believes there is more to come from him in 2017 as he switches focus to success at the Australian Open following a dramatic three-set defeat to Novak Djokovic in the final of the Qatar Open.

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Serbia's Novak Djokovic reacts afterdefeating Andy Murray. Picture: Getty Images

Andy Murray denied winning start to year by Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray’s hopes of a first title of 2017 ended in disappointment as he suffered a dramatic three-set defeat to Novak Djokovic in the final of the Qatar Open.

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Andy Murray returns the ball to Spain's Nicolas Almagro during the quarter-final of the ATP Qatar Open. Picture: Karim Jafaar/AFP/Getty

Andy Murray made to work before reaching Doha semi-finals

Andy Murray survived a scare to book his place in the semi-finals of the Qatar Open with a hard-fought victory over 
Nicolas Almagro.

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Cromlix House, acquired by Scottish tennis ace Andy Murray in 2014, could be set to expand. Picture: Contributed.

Andy Murray’s five star Cromlix Hotel set to expand

AMBITIOUS proposals to expand Andy Murray’s award-winning Cromlix House hotel have been unveiled.

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Andy Murray returns the ball to Austria's Gerald Melzer during the second round of the ATP Qatar Open in Doha. Picture: Karim Jaafar/AFP/Getty Images

Sir Andy Murray beats Gerald Melzer to reach last eight

Sir Andy Murray battled his way into the quarter-finals of the Qatar Open following a 7-6 (8/6), 7-5 straight-sets victory over Austria’s Gerald Melzer.

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Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts during the play-off match for third place of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship. Picture: Getty

Andy Murray says knighthood will take some getting used to

Andy Murray is happy to have a Sir in front of his name - even if it will take some getting used to.

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Andy Murray richly deserves his knighthood for his achievements in sport and his work for charity. Picture: Getty Images

Leader comment: Arise Sir Andy Murray, our source of inspiration

The richly deserved knighthood bestowed on Andy Murray, the world’s best tennis player, is good reason for a hearty Hogmanay celebration.

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Andy Murray awarded knighthood in New Year honours list

Tennis star Andy Murray has rounded off a spectacular year by being awarded a knighthood in the New Year honours list.

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Andy Murray hits a return to Rafeal Nadal during the launch of 2016 Mubadala Tennis Championship at Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi.  Picture: Francois Nel/Getty Images

Andy Murray heads to Abu Dhabi in bid for Aussie Open glory

World No 1 Andy Murray returns to the court in Abu Dhabi today hoping a change of preparation can help deliver an elusive Australian Open title next month.

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Andy Murray is the perfect role model says Brendan Rodger. Picture: John Devlin.

Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers hails Andy Murray as ideal role model

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has urged talented young Scottish footballers to forget fish and chips and model themselves on Andy Murray.

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