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

Manchester City's Carlos Tevez turned into a golf caddie for Andres Romero at the Open Championship

Argentina's most selfless sportsman strikes again

Carlos Tevez's pre-season turn as a golf caddie for Andres Romero at the Open Championship at the weekend might have seemed like an unusual move for the Manchester City striker, but his followers know only too well, that he is fond of trying his hand at different sports.

Ferrer finds Swede success

David Ferrer saw off fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro in straight sets to win the Swedish Open final in Bastad yesterday.

Murray celebrates match point

Nikolay Davydenk unconvinced over Andy Murray credentials

Andy Murray could not have been more impressive in beating Nikolay Davydenko in the first round of Wimbledon yesterday, but the Russian still believes his conqueror does not have what it takes to win a grand slam.

David Nalbandian will compete at Wimbledon despite shadow of Queen's incident

David Nalbandian insists he will not pull out of Wimbledon despite his costly antics at Queen's Club on Sunday.

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Playing in the final of the Aegon Championships at Queen's, Nalbandian kicked out at an advertising panel and in the process injured a line judge. With blood pouring from Andrew McDougall's leg, it dawned on the Argentinean what a fool he had been. Nalbandian was disqualified for

David Nalbandian hit with maximum fine after kicking out at Queen's

David Nalbandian has been fined the maximum penalty of 10,000 euros (£8,000) for kicking an advertising hoarding into a line judge's leg at Queen's yesterday, the ATP have confirmed.

The Scot said there had been an improvement in the back problem which has troubled him off and on since December

I'm short of match practice for French Open, admits Andy Murray

Playing the Latvian Ernests Gulbis in an exhibition tournament might not seem the best preparation for the French Open, but with the year's second Grand Slam tournament starting on Sunday Andy Murray was happy to get a practice match under his belt yesterday.

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All Tomorrow's Parties' spring seaside festivals have stalled, but their hearty alterna-spirit parties on in this London spin-off, a three-day event thin on the chalet front but crackling with cult bands, rare reunions and evangelists of noise.

Andy Murray fends off Nalbandian challenge

Andy Murray was pushed to the limit by former Wimbledon runner-up David Nalbandian before booking his place in the third round of the Rome Masters with a 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 win.

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Courting controversy as blue is now the new red

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Daunting Davis Cup task for GB

Great Britain have won all five of their Davis Cup ties since Leon Smith succeeded John Lloyd two years ago but this weekend the captain faces his biggest challenge as Britain and Belgium meet at Glasgow's Braehead Arena with a place in a September play-off for promotion to the elite 16-nation World Group at stake.

Andy Roddick enjoys his victory over Roger Federer in Miami

Roddick defeat leaves Federer citing fatigue after busy season

Roger Federer said a busy opening to the season had "taken its toll" after the world No 3's 16-match unbeaten run was ended by the world No 34, Andy Roddick, in the third round of the Miami Masters on Monday night. Federer, who lost 7-6, 1-6, 6-4, was playing his 29th match of the season.

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Andy Murray to miss Davis Cup meeting with Belgium

Great Britain's hopes of returning to the Davis Cup World Group have been dealt a significant blow by the absence of Andy Murray for next month's clash with Belgium in Glasgow.

Second doubles title lifts Brits to career high

Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins rose to career-high places in the world doubles rankings yesterday – Nos 24 and 27 respectively – after beating Michal Mertinak and Andre Sa 2-6, 7-6, 15-13 in the final at Delray Beach in Florida on Sunday night.

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Andy Murray’s five-set defeat by Novak Djokovic was the longest match he has played

Andy Murray to miss Davis Cup tie in order to recover

Andy Murray will miss Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against Slovakia in Glasgow next weekend in order to recover from "a few minor injuries" picked up in Australia.

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