Kevin Garside

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Jamie Ward poses for a selfie with a fan following victory at Wimbledon on Tuesday

Wimbledon 2015: Aljaz Bedene and Jamie Ward make it awesome foursome for Britain in second round

Bedene beats Radek Stepanek, while Ward followed suit with a four-set win over Italy's Luca Vanni

Wimbledon 2015: No end to Eugenie Bouchard's demise as she is beaten by qualifier Ying-Ying Duan

Last year's finalist suffered her 13th defeat in 15 matches

Wimbledon 2015: 'Super nervous' Serena Williams into second round but wary of too much history talk

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COMMENT: Before you know it we will be buying tickets to watch our girls in a club environment, deepening our bond with the women's game

US Open 2015: Chambers Bay looked so cool but as a skewed course played too cruel

The venue was decided more by chance than sporting excellence

Jordan Spieth sets sights on Open and dream of a major slam after becoming youngest man ever to win Masters and US Open in same year

COMMENT: After dramatic US win, 21-year-old knows St Andrews glory can lead to unprecedented feat

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US Open 2015: Rory McIlroy let down by yet more insipid putting at Chambers Bay

Golf requires greens to behave in a way that distinguishes it from the fairway. Here, those lines have become blurred

Jason Day of Australia waves as he walks off the 18th green alongside Kevin Kisner

US Open 2015: 'Groggy' Jason Day plays the round of his life to share the lead

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