Clockwise from top left: John Iverdale, Gilles Simon, Heather Watson and Kim Sears

Keothavong well beaten at Luxembourg Open

The British No 3 Anne Keothavong suffered a heavy second-round defeat by Roberta Vinci in the Luxembourg Open yesterday.

Murray forced to battle to keep final dream alive

For a fourth year in succession Andy Murray is two victories away from becoming Britain's first men's Wimbledon singles champion since Fred Perry in 1936. Murray's 6-7, 7-6, 6-4, 7-6 victory over Spain's David Ferrer took him into a semi-final tomorrow against France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who has won just one of their six meetings.

Hard-hitting Del Potro delivers on grass to see off Nishikori

Juan Martin del Potro has not always been at his best on grass, but the 23-year-old Argentinian delivered one of his finest Wimbledon performances here yesterday to reach the fourth round for only the second time in his career.

Murray puts feet up on a rainy day

Surprise, surprise. The first major tournaments of the grass-court season are due to begin today, but with rain forecast – and plenty more expected during the week – the start of play on the outside courts at Queen's Club has been brought forward to 11.30am.

Sam Stosur said after her first-round defeat: 'I'm very close to crying'

Hewitt heartens locals but Stosur loses out to nerves

Some things never change in Australian tennis. Lleyton Hewitt can usually be relied upon to put his fans through the wringer, while the weight of local expectations always sits heavily on the shoulders of Sam Stosur, the best Australian woman player for 30 years.

Ryan Harrison (right) is a 'serial racket-thrower'; but has a powerful game; Andy Murray practises in Melbourne yesterday

Harrison and Murray share the burden of expectation

British No 1's first opponent is United States' fiery new hope of finally ending a men's Grand Slam drought

Andy Roddick loses cool after crashing out at Cincinnati Open

An angry and frustrated Andy Roddick lost his cool as he crashed out of the Cincinnati Open in the first round on Monday, suffering a three-set loss to 47th-ranked German Philipp Kohlschreiber.

Youth shows its promise as the will to win displays itself anew

Despite the consensus that there have only ever been four legitimate contenders, the men's tournament remains animated by plenty of colour and quality on the periphery.

SW19 Diary: 'Elf and safety leaves Wimbledon unwell

It probably breaks their own regulations, but the Health and Safety Executive has gone to war with Wimbledon. As the rain tumbled down, its chief executive opened hostilities yesterday morning only to be greeted with a withering return of fire from the All England Club. By the time the clouds had cleared, they had cleared the HSE's tanks off their lawns.

Roddick draws on crowd's support to brush aside Beck

Andy Roddick has become something of a Wimbledon fixture over the last decade and fans know exactly what they are going to get when they pay to watch the American No 8 seed.

Andy Roddick wins at Wimbledon

Andy Roddick has become something of a Wimbledon fixture over the last decade and fans know exactly what they are going to get when they pay to watch the American number eight seed.

Andy Murray clinches Queen's title

British number one Andy Murray came from a set down to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 3-6 7-6 (7/2) 6-4 and win the rain-delayed AEGON Championships final at Queen's Club this afternoon.

Jack Pitt-Brooke: At Queen's, a quaintly English affair doesn't quite go to plan

View From The Sofa: Aegon Championships at Queen's, BBC1

Cilic injury puts Andy Murray into Queen's semi-finals

Andy Murray was today given a walkover into the semi-finals of the AEGON Championships after Marin Cilic withdrew from the tournament with an ankle injury.

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