Rublev sees off Murray in a week where we saw plenty of positives for the Brit

After a trademark Andy Murray style comeback on Monday in Rotterdam the 2009 champion was up against the highest left remaining in the competition on Wednesday night in Andrey Rublev. The day had already seen defeats for Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Roberto Bautista Agut in a whirlwind Wednesday in the Dutch City. Murray began... Continue Reading →

Andy Murray bounces back to set up Wednesday night meeting with Andrey Rublev

After four defeats on the bounce on the main ATP Tour questions were beginning to be asked of Andy Murray. Over the last couple of weeks some of the stuff written about Andy has been unfair and harsh. I think at times the process and what Murray has done and is doing since his hip... Continue Reading →

Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

Over the next couple of days more flights from six destinations will head to Melbourne on chartered flights put on by Tennis Australia. Flights are operating on around 25% capacity and aim to bring about 1300 players and their teams of two to Melbourne Park to begin their two week isolation. Unfortunately one player who... Continue Reading →

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