For a nation steeped in tennis history but long starved of success, Britain's Andy Murray was the gift that kept giving. (Reuters Sports) More
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Another day, another hoodoo broken. After Johanna Konta scored her first victory at Roland Garros on Monday, Kyle Edmund ended a sequence of five straight ...
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Tennis ace Sir Andy Murray said he wished his two young daughters had been old enough to see him receive his knighthood from the Prince of Wales today.
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