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

Andy Murray eased to a straight-sets win yesterday but may now be rested

Davis Cup: GB fear for Andy Murray after fresh back injury scare

British number one dropped just six games in straight sets win

Andy Murray is going to be more hands-on with his own business affairs

Andy Murray to face Croatian teenage in David Cup

The British number one will play 16-year-old Borna Coric

Tour of duty: Twelve months ago Dan Evans was playing on the lowest rung of the professional ladder at an event in Wrexham

William Ralston: From Desperate Dan to darling of New York

After battling to break even on the unglamorous and sometimes corrupt ITF Circuit, the rarefied air of Flushing Meadows is a welcome change for the young British ace

Andy Murray is poised to be knocked off his perch as No 2 in the world after Rafael Nadal continued his amazing recovery from injury to win the Cincinnati Masters

Cincinnati Masters: Andy Murray loses world No 2 ranking to Rafael Nadal after Spaniard beats John Isner in final

Victoria Azarenka took the women's title in the US Open warm-up event

Andy Murray and Colin Fleming lost in the final in Montreal

Andy Murray misses out on historic doubles title with Colin Fleming

Andy Murray and Colin Fleming have failed in their attempt to become the first Britons to win a Masters Series doubles title, but the Scots could still take pride in a remarkable week's work in Montreal. For both men it has been excellent preparation for the US Open, which begins in a fortnight's time.

Andy Murray's record in North America

Andy Murray has a great record when it comes to tournaments played in the United States and Canada throughout his career - with the hard courts used across the continent suited to his game.

Andy Murray loses to Lu Yen-hsun at the Beijing Olympics in 2008

Wimbledon 2013: Revenge for Beijing agony is ideal motivation for Andy Murray

Last summer's Olympic Games provided Andy Murray with some of the best moments of his career, but his second-round match here against Lu Yen-hsun, of Chinese Taipei, will be a reminder of a more painful Olympic experience.

Bernard Tomic

Wimbledon 2013: Bernard Tomic overcomes absence of his coach and father to progress

Australian sees of Sam Querrey over five sets

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Rafael Nadal: 'Poker is like tennis. You can’t play crazy because you’ll make mistakes’

French Open: Poker-loving Rafael Nadal seeks eight of a kind at Roland Garros

The Spaniard looks back to his best after seven months out injured and is strong favourite to win another French Open title

Rafael Nadal has won five of the seven tournaments he has played in since his February return

Rafael Nadal treads lightly on delicate knees as French Open looms

Spaniard reveals big cut in practice routine as he targets an eighth Roland Garros title

Brad Drewett: Tennis player who became a leading official in the game

Brad Drewett: Tennis player who became a leading official in the game

As a player he had been a deft serve-and-volleyer who climbed as high as No 34 in the world

Rafael Nadal celebrates winning the Madrid Masters

Madrid Masters: Rafael Nadal's remarkable return secures home crown for king of clay

Rafael Nadal won his fifth title this year to continue his run of good form at the Madrid Masters

The News Matrix: Saturday 27 April 2013

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Anderlecht vs Arsenal: Gunners' ray of light Aaron Ramsey shines again

Arsenal’s ray of light ready to shine again

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Moyes’ show of sensitivity thrown back in his face... by Ferguson

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Two super-sized ships have cruised into British waters, but how big can these behemoths get?

Super-sized ships: How big can they get?

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British doctors on brink of cure for paralysis

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