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Andy Murray’s mum is a fabulous-sounding woman. She’s done a long interview with The Guardian which they’re publishing in bits and pieces today. She talked about working with young tennis players in Scotland with no budget and no facilities. And … Continue reading
They confirmed yesterday that they’ve entered into a coaching relationship for the grass court season initially, with the possibility of extending their association if things go well. They were both matter-of-fact and keen to discuss how they will work together; … Continue reading
Here’s his response to questions about whether it’s okay for a male player to have a female coach: “I don’t really care whether some of the other male players like it or not. That’s not something that bothers me. I … Continue reading
It’s French Open time. Paris in the spring time is cold. There have been some big upsets. Both Williams sisters out in the second round for the first time since 2011. Both Australian Open champions out in the first round. … Continue reading
Andy Murray's fine-tuned training keeps him off the Melbourne sicklist | Kevin Mitchell | Sport | The Guardian. A fascinating article about just what it takes to be an elite tennis player. A crazy amount of hard work and tolerance … Continue reading
Andy Murray puts US Open pain to rest after fairytale in New York. Yay for Andy Murray. He’s been under so much pressure – self-imposed and otherwise – to win a major. And he’s finally done it.