Tag: Andy Murray
Murray bows out in last ever match (or was it?)
Sir Andy Murray lost in the first round of the Australian Open yesterday after an epic five-set battle, which might spell the end for a career marked by determination and hard-won greatness.
Winning tennis partnership comes to an end
Andy Murray has announced he is parting ways with his revered mentor, Ivan Lendl. Some doubt if Britain’s No.1 can return to winning ways without him, but are coaches really so influential?
Britain tastes tennis glory after 76 year drought
Just when Britain thought that its summer of sporting success was over, Scottish tennis player Andy Murray has finally triumphed at one of the world’s four ‘grand slam’ tournaments.
Invincible Federer leaves Murray broken hearted
Roger Federer put on a tennis masterclass to destroy British hopes of seeing Andy Murray win his first ever grand slam title. Murray played brilliant tennis, but was left in despair.
Murray wins at last – but British players lag
Andy Murray is celebrating after a victory at Queens, a crucial tournament in the run up to Wimbledon. Other British tennis players have less to cheer.
The rise and fall of a tennis genius. What now?
Andy Murray has beaten Federer and Nadal and appeared in three Grand slam finals. Now he's losing to players outside the Top 100. What's gone wrong?