Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Andy Murray hopes to overcome shaky confidence in Paris

The early rounds of grand slams are normally expected to be calm waters for Andy Murray but at the French Open sharks seem to be everywhere.

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Andy Murray has conceded he is "not playing good tennis" at the moment. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Andy Murray turns to Ivan Lendl in bid to revive his game

Andy Murray has had a brief clay court season so far, winning five matches (one by walkover), losing four, and failing to defend his Rome title. It is not how he would have wanted it and is in stark contrast to this time last year when the Scot was excelling on the surface, winning in Italy and reaching the final of the French Open.

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Andy Murray fell to Fabio Fognini at the Italian Open in Rome. Pic: AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Andy Murray: I’m not playing good tennis

Andy Murray conceded he is “not playing good tennis” as his concerning run of form continued with another early exit from a tournament, this time in Rome.

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Andy Murray takes break from Rome Masters to celebrate 30th

With a single-minded focus on sporting glory, Andy Murray has little time for fanfare or celebration, even when it happens to fall on a landmark occasion.

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Andy Murray celebrates Davis Cup victory with Team GB. Picture: Jane Barlow

Quiz: 30 questions for Sir Andy Murray’s 30th birthday

AS A tribute to Scotland’s tennis hero Sir Andy Murray who celebrates his big 3-0 today, we thought we’d serve up a special birthday quiz to mark the occasion.

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Andy Murray is celebrating his 30th birthday.

Andy Murray’s fortune valued at £77m as he turns 30

Andy Murray turns 30 today, as it is revealed he has just missed out on being named one of the 100 richest Scots.

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Andy Murray shows off his Wimbledon trophy at the champions diinner last year. Photograph: Getty Images

Andy Murray at 30 - Scot still a winner

Landmark birthdays – they are to be approached with caution. Turning 18 or 21 is fun: you now get to do things officially that you have been doing unofficially for years. But now you don’t get told off. After that, though, it is all downhill. Your 30th means you are supposed to be grown up; 40 is the first step to being past it and let’s not even talk about 50.

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Andy Murray has struggled for form in 2017. Pic: by Julian Finney/Getty Images

Five reasons why world number one Andy Murray has lost form

Andy Murray’s third round exit to Borna Coric at the Mutua Madrid Open confirmed that the world number one’s miserable 2017 on the court continues.

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Andy Murray acknowledges the Madrid crowd after defeating Marius Copil 6-4, 6-3. Francisco Seco/AP

Andy Murray wants clarity as Sharapova offered LTA wild card

Andy Murray sounds like he has had enough. He is trying to put his game back into top gear in time for the French Open later this month and Wimbledon in July and yet all he seems to do is talk about Maria Sharapova.

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Judy Murray celebrating World Tennis Day. Picture: Lisa Ferguson.

Judy Murray: ‘We had no money when Andy was little’

The mother of tennis champ Andy Murray has told how she struggled with money when her son was a child.

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World No 1 Andy Murray keeps his eye on the ball as he practises in preparation for the Mutua Madrid Open. Picture: Denis Doyle/Getty Images

Andy Murray fit and ready to find his feet on clay in Madrid

His nose is to the grindstone, his shoulder is to the wheel and finally Andy Murray believes that his elbow is behind him.

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Judy Murray wears a wide grin during a training day  in Edinburgh yesterday. Picture: Neil Hanna.

Judy Murray hoping for good return from service with a smile

Judy Murray says her successor as Great Britain Fed Cup captain, Anne Keothavong, will shrug off the commotion in Constanta when she and one of her players were disgracefully abused by Romanian legend Ilie Nastase.

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Andy Murray exits the Barcelona Open to Austrian Dominic Thiem at the semi-final stage. Pic: Getty Images

Andy Murray exits Barcelona Open

Andy Murray lost a brutal battle with powerful Austrian Dominic Thiem as his run at the Barcelona Open was ended in the semi-finals.

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Andy Murray plays a forehand during his hard-fought quarter-final win over Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain. Picture: David Ramos/Getty Images

Andy Murray battles into Barcelona Open semi-finals

Andy Murray avoided losing to Albert Ramos-Vinolas for the second successive week with a battling performance at the Barcelona Open.

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Andy Murray returns the ball during his third-round win over Feliciano Lopez of Spain at the Barcelona Open. Picture: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez

Andy Murray reaches quarter-finals at Barcelona Open

World No 1 Andy Murray was given a good workout against Feliciano Lopez as he booked a place in the quarter-finals of the Barcelona Open with a hard-earned 6-4, 6-4 win.

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Andy Murray is through to the third round of the clay-court tournament in Barcelona. Picture: Mark J. Terrill/AP

Andy Murray through in Barcelona as Bernard Tomic pulls out

Top-seed Andy Murray is through to the third round of the Barcelona Open without playing a match after Bernard Tomic withdrew from the tournament on Wednesday.

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Andy Murray looks dejected during his third round defeat by Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain. Picture: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Andy Murray stunned by Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Monte Carlo

Andy Murray’s serving woes continued as he crashed out of the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters following a 2-6 6-2 7-5 defeat to Albert Ramos-Vinolas.

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Andy Murray: Touch and go for Monte Carlo. Picture: Michael Buholzer/AFP/Getty

Andy Murray is running out of elbow room as World No.1

The signs are promising: Andy Murray has been hard at work in Monaco for the past few days preparing for his first clay court event of the season and after a month of doubt and worry about his ailing right elbow, he is safely installed as the top seed for the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters which starts today.

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An elbow injury has forced Andy Murray out of the Davis Cup quarter-final with France. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray could be paying price for world No 1 quest

Leon Smith believes Andy Murray could be paying the price of his efforts to get to world No 1.

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