Tag Archives: Andy Murray

Murray to doubling up at Wimbledon?

Meanwhile, Sir Andy Murray was able to give his flexibility a little workout as he knelt to finally receive his knighthood last week. He has since been seen hitting a few balls with Nick Kyrgios, and, despite his recent hip operation, has not ruled out playing doubles at Wimbledon 2019, although singles seems unlikely, as […]

An upset for the Brits down under

As tennis re-awakens from its Christmas hiatus, and with the Australian Open only a week away, it’s been a largely difficult time for the Brits down under, with Sir Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund and now Johanna Konta all crashing out of their various build-up tournaments, all with one injury or another, to threaten their participation […]

Davis Cup delight in Glasgow for Team GB

After 118 years of Davis Cup tennis, this much loved global competition is shortly to be totally overhauled under plans drawn up by Spanish footballer Gerard Piqué. This left Great Britain with one more tie to negotiate to ensure that they are at the very least seeded when the new format is introduced in February. […]

British hopes

Whilst we remain hopeful for Andy Murray’s chances at Wimbledon 2018, the more pragmatic and realistic amongst British tennis fans will be looking to some of the up and coming British talent to fly the flag at this year’s event. Kyle Edmund has soared up the world rankings to overtake the recuperating Murray as the […]

Andy Murray’s hip injury

The long awaited return of Andy Murray following hip surgery remains uncertain after he pulled out of the Libema Open grass-court tournament in Holland, the latest of a long line of withdrawals. Having not played competitively since losing in the quarter finals at Wimbledon last year, during which time he has dropped out of the […]