ATP Top Story Wimbledon

Murrays miffed by Andy absence from Wimbledon picture

Andy Murray’s family has called out Wimbledon for releasing publicity material featuring more than a dozen former champions – but not the Scottish three-time Grand Slam champion.

ATP Davis Cup Top Story

Irate Evans launches Davis Cup feud

Britain may have been eliminated a month ago from a spot in next month’s Davis Cup Finals, but that has not stopped national No. 2 Dan

ATP ATP Cup Top Story

ATP Cup 2022 Preview

Introduction The ATP Cup is an international team tournament, with the best team from the four group stage playoffs going to two semifinals, and their

ATP The Australian Open Top Story

Judy takes Duncan Murray dog training

As  Andy and Jamie head for Australia mom Judy comes up with a plan for the “other brother” She’s giving her ‘other son’ Duncan a dog

Abu Dhabi The Australian Open Top Story

Djokovic plays Melbourne says Andy Murray

Speaking at an event to promote the Scotland v England “Battle of the Brits”  event in Aberdeen later this month Andy Murray believes Novak Djokovic has

ATP Tokyo Olympics Top Story WTA

Murray dreaming of Olympic Treble

Double Olympic champion Andy Murray, the only player to defend an Olympic Singles title, has a chance to make it three gold medals as he

ATP The French Open Top Story

More doubles dismay at RG pay cut

New Zealand doubles player Marcus Daniell has joined a growing chorus of discontent over treatment ahead of the French Open which begins this weekend. Daniell,

ATP The Australian Open Top Story WTA

Barty partners with Brady for Melbourne doubles

Ash Barty will partner US Open semifinalist Jennifer Brady in doubles at the 2021 Australian Open, Tennis Australia announced today. Barty played with Julia Goerges

ATP Top Story

Pushy, Me? No, just a proud mum, says Judy Murray

Judy Murray has spoken about how some sections of the media portrayed her as a pushy mum when she was coaching and cheering on her

ATP Breaking News The US Open

Murray not happy with US Open plans

Former World doubles No.1 Jamie Murray is the latest player to express concerns about travelling to New York for next months US Open. Murray said