Sport Jamie Murray (L) suffered from heat stroke following his victory with doubles partner John Peers (R) over Matt Reid and Luke Saville at the Australian Open

Murray required several hours treatment following the first round victory after playing in extreme temperatures of over 40C

Murray to face fighter Nalbandian

It took Andy Murray five years to get the better of David Nalbandian but today the Scot has the chance to beat the Argentine for the second time in three months. Murray, who had a first-round bye, meets Nalbandian here in the second round of the Paris Masters.

Murrays topple top duo to win first doubles title

The final Masters Series tournament of the year got under way in Paris yesterday, but the game's top players, who all have first-round byes, had their minds on other matters. Rafael Nadal was back home in Majorca nursing the tendonitis in his left arm that has forced him to withdraw from this week's event, Roger Federer was beating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 in the final of his hometown tournament in Basle and Andy Murray was giving a major boost to his brother Jamie's career by partnering him to the doubles title at the Valencia Open.

Murray breezes past Tsonga to semi-finals

Andy Murray crushed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga this morning to advance impressively into the semi-finals of the Shanghai Masters.

Murray secures Finals place with win

Andy Murray eased into the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters - and secured a place in the ATP World Tour Finals - with a straight-sets victory over Jeremy Chardy today.

Tokyo triumph puts Nadal in line for record ranking lead

There was a time when Rafael Nadal struggled in the closing months of the season but the world No 1 is in no mood to stop winning this year. Having won the US Open for the first time last month, Nadal claimed his seventh title of the season yesterday when he beat Gaël Monfils 6-1, 7-5 to win the Japan Open in Tokyo.

Robson knocked out in first round

Great Britain's Laura Robson was beaten in straight sets yesterday in the first round of the WTA Pan Pacific Open by the Hungarian Greta Arn.

Snooker: Robertson fights back from Shanghai shock

The world champion Neil Robertson joined the last-16 line-up at the World Open in Glasgow by knocking out Ireland's David Morris yesterday.

Indoors is the new outdoors as festival spirit goes under cover

As Bestival and End of the Road rounded off the summer festival season over the weekend, the music industry has being counting the profits from its most successful summer ever. So successful, in fact, that the show will go on for a little while yet.

How the US Open turned into the Spanish Masters

Nadal and his compatriots are stealing the show in New York

Michael Bingham: The 'American' inside Team GB

Born in the hometown of the Krispy Kreme doughnut, he is now Britain's top 400m man and tells Simon Turnbull why a London win can follow European silver

Record 62nd doubles title for Bryan twins

Bob and Mike Bryan became the most successful men's doubles partnership of all time when they beat Eric Butorac and Jean-Julien Rojer in Los Angeles to claim the 62nd ATP title of their career. The victory took the 32-year-old American twins past the previous record held by the Australians Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde.

Bloomfield hits out at LTA

British number 12 Richard Bloomfield has launched a withering attack on the LTA after his run to the semi-finals of the Hall of Fame Championships in Rhode Island.

Album: Sleepy Sun, Fever (ATP Recordings)

It opens with a squall of Hendrix-like guitars which give way to boy-girl vocals before the thump of jungle drums swamps everything that's gone before.

ATP promises to fix the problems from last year's Finals in London

Considering that more than 100,000 tickets had been sold within 12 hours of the box office opening yesterday it might have been a safe assumption that organisers of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals would merely try to repeat last year's formula.

Broken Social Scene: An ever-changing Canadian collective of rock'n'roll royalty

More of a musical family than a band, the freewheeling Broken Social Scene embody the anti-pop ethos. Edward Helmore meets them
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