Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder. Glenn has worked for the Independent newspapers since 1993, initially as cricket correspondent of the Independent on Sunday, subsequently as football correspondent of The Independent before becoming football editor in 2004.

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Jamie Murray, who won the mixed doubles title in 2007, has reached another Wimbledon final

Wimbledon 2015: Double success on the cards for Murray siblings

Jamie Murray and his partner John Peers have reached the men's doubles final at SW19

Andy Murray celebrates his straight sets victory

Wimbledon 2015: Calm Andy Murray kills all the tension with controlled display to see off Vasek Pospisil

This is the mature Murray. He is 28, married, a two-time Grand Slam champion with the Wimbledon monkey off his back

Jamie Murray

Wimbledon 2015: Jamie Murray reaches doubles semi-finals with Australian partner John Peers

The brother of Andy Murray had never reached a grand slam men’s doubles semi-final before

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Wimbledon 2015: Caroline Wozniacki goes out to Garbine Muguruza - and takes a swipe at officialdom

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England’s Fara Williams (No 4) celebrates her penalty against Germany to finish third in the Women’s World Cup

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'We have beaten the best in Europe. Now we need to take it on'

England's women celebrate after their 3rd place play-off win against Germany

Women's World Cup 2015: England secure third place as they beat Germany in extra time with penalty by Fara Williams

Mark Sampson’s team showed how much they have grown as they took Germany into extra time and then won with a penalty - before it could go to penalties

England coach Mark Sampson consoles a tearful Laura Bassett, centre, after their semi-final defeat to Japan

Women's World Cup 2015: Sampson backs his team to be up for 'European final' against Germany

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England endured their third tear-jerker of a semi-final on Wednesday night when Laura Bassett suffered her own-goal heartache

Women's World Cup 2015: Super League crowds must grow for England's heroics in Canada to be true turning point

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Women's World Cup 2015: Our sense of pride is just as good as a medal, says England coach Mark Sampson

'They have inspired a nation and deserve to go home as heroes,' says Sampson of his players following heartbreaking semi-final defeat to Japan

Laura Bassett after her own goal cost England women a chance to play in the World Cup final

Japan vs England match report: Laura Bassett's own goal sees Lionesses cruelly defeated in Women's World Cup semi-final

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