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Roger Federer

Roger Federer content after straightforward victory at the Australian Open

Straight sets victory for former champion

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Andy Murray cruises into round two of Australian Open

British number one has no problems advancing in Melbourne

Andy Murray

Australian Open: Men's singles preview

Can Andy Murray avenge his previous final defeats?

Andy Murray has put in plenty of work on court with coach Ivan Lendl in preparation for the Australian Open

Andy Murray gets smooth ride in Australian draw before facing big two

British No 1 has arrived in peak condition for Grand Slam where fitness counts most

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Andy Murray reaches Brisbane final after Niksikori retires injured

Andy Murray is back where he kicked off his breakthrough 2012 season and his working partnership with Ivan Lendl, only one win away from successfully defending his title at the Brisbane International.

Andy Murray alongside Novak Djokovic after the US Open final

ATP opposes US Open extension

The ATP has criticised the United States Tennis Association's decision to extend the US Open by a day next year and hold a Monday men's singles final.

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Andy Murray looked visibly disappointed as he lost in the semi final to Roger Federer

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It has been the greatest year of Andy Murray’s life but it will not end in a glorious finale.

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Novak Djokovic 4-6 6-3 6-2 Juan Martin del Potro

Andy Murray ready to crown Britain's greatest year

The greatest year in British tennis for three-quarters of a century could be heading for a fitting climax here this weekend as Andy Murray attempts to win the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for the first time.

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Win a bottle of wine

ATP World Tour Finals progress not in Andy Murray's hands

Andy Murray will hope the complexities of the round-robin system do not come back to bite him again as he bids to reach the semi-finals at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London.

Andy Murray at the O2

Andy Murray welcomes ATP World Tour Finals contract extension for O2 Arena

Andy Murray welcomed the decision to keep the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London but left himself with work to do to extend his own campaign at the O2 Arena this year.

Murray edged out in latest act of an epic rivalry

Doubles player Marray books semi-final spot but British No 1 now faces battle to qualify

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