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Australian Open day seven schedule and matches to watch

This is a list of the matches worth watching on day seven of the Australian Open, and the times they are being held. The first

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Australian Open day five schedule and matches to watch

This is a list of the matches worth watching on day five of the Australian Open, and the times they are being held. Today the

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Australian Open day three schedule and matches to watch

This is a list of the matches worth watching on day three of the Australian Open, and the times they are being held. Today the

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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

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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

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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

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Murray and Soares power through to round three

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares dispatched Bjorn Fatangelo and Christopher Eubanks on court 17 in straight sets. It was a shaky start for the seventh

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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

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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,

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Doubles digrace: Jamie Murray unloads on RG organisers

Jamie Murray has blasted French Open organisers for treating doubles-only players as second class citizens as the clay-court major revs up for Sunday’s start of play.