Andy Murray is now the British men's number 23 after he dropped to 839 in the world rankings following his injury problems. The former world number one fell 690 places in Monday's rankings after he pulled out of Wimbledon. The 31-year-old had hip -
Considering the fact he hasn't played for almost a year, Murray produced a solid tennis against Nick Kyrgios, Stan Wawrinka and Kyle Edmund and it will be interesting to trace his progress and what will be his year-end ranking position. He is pumped
Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray may have pulled out of the 2018 tournament through injury, but he is still being celebrated for his efforts at the All England Club. The 31-year-old star has enjoyed debuting as a pundit in the BBC studio, offering -
LONDON (AP) — Two-time champion Andy Murray pulled out of Wimbledon on Sunday because of a bad hip that has been a problem for about a year and was surgically repaired less than six months ago. The All England Club announced Murray's withdrawal a day - -
Murray lobbied the Lawn Tennis Association to run two Challenger tournaments in May, at a cost of at least £300,000, only for setbacks in his training schedule to force him to pull out of the two events in Glasgow and Loughborough. In purely tennis - -
Murray is still involved in this year's mixed doubles tournament alongside Victoria Azarenka. They are set to face Jean-Julien Rojer and Demi Schuurs in the quarter-finals today at 3pm. He has won two tournaments while partnering brother Andy. The two ...
LONDON, Great Britain: Former men's World No.1 Andy Murray says it is likely that seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams will add to her collection of titles this year in SW19. Speaking on television following Williams' 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
LONDON -- Here's a tip: Let's not read too much into Andy Murray's return to competitive tennis, his first match in 342 days because of a hip injury. The road back to the top for the three-time Grand Slam champion and former world No. 1 is likely to be - -
Andy Murray arouses passion in his supporters like few other British sportspeople, creating some of Wimbledon's most memorable afternoons, but is his heightened emotion helping or hindering? The former British No 1 has twice won Wimbledon - in 2013 ...
“Having Andy Murray as part of our BBC team is a real coup,” said Philip Bernie, the BBC's head of TV sport. “While we know he'll be missing being out there on the courts, it's great to still have him involved in the tournament and his insight will be
Andy Murray is also absent from Wimbledon this year, still not fully recovered from arthroscopic surgery on his right hip that took place in January. It is one of the perils of the game: tennis requires constant, explosive lateral changes of direction
Perhaps it escaped your attention, but ahem, ahem, another historical sporting event took place yesterday. Andy Murray – knight of the realm, lord of the baseline, undisputed king of the drop-shot – made his debut as BBC tennis commentator. Not playing ...
At 18-17 in the final set of the Wimbledon boys' semi-final, having failed to convert nine match points, 16-year-old Jack Draper decided he needed to channel his inner Andy Murray. "I was in the crowd during his 2013 Wimbledon final and watched him