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Who is Duncan, the “forgotten” Murray brother?

To add some much needed light relief after eleven weeks of lockdown in the UK, Judy Murray has just re-tweeted one of a series of

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Andy Murray & Nick Kyrgios Instagram

A red-wine addled Nick Kyrgios has declared his love for Andy Murray and lambasted some of tennis biggest names in an entertaining Instagram chat between

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Goran Ivanisevic: Wimbledon’s wildcard wonder

Part two of our ‘Love All’ series looks at the career and life of Croatian big-hitter Goran Ivanisević, the only player to have won the

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Chatrier award for GST contributor Fred Stolle

Grandslamtennis.online contributor and tennis great Fred Stolle has been awarded  the International Tennis Federation’s highest honour, the ITF Philippe Chatrier Award. The award, named after

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WTA ‘needs more time’ to decide on global shutdown

The WTA says it needs more time to make informed decisions about the coronavirus pandemic before it shuts down women’s tennis across the globe. The

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Has tide turned ‘pantomime villain’ Kyrgios into Mr Nice Guy?

Has Nick Kyrgios’ successful run to the Citi Open Title in Washington last week reignited his love for tennis or was his impeccable behaviour on

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No catsuit for Serena

Serena Williams ducked a potential first-round defeat at the French Open yesterday as she was forced to battle for a 2-6, 6-1, 6-0 win over

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Jamie Murray optimistic kid brother Andy CAN return

Jamie Murray has revealed his optimism that little brother Andy can make it back onto court and return as a contender on the ATP. The

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Isner foots bill as Federer storms to Miami victory

Roger Federer won his 101st title on Sunday as injured opponent John Isner limped off with an injured left foot in a 6-1, 6-4 defeat

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Ash Barty hits new heights with Miami Masters success

Ash Barty earned the biggest victory of her tennis career on Saturday as she beat Karolina Pliskova 7-6(1), 6-3 to win the Miami Masters.