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Lleyton Hewitt, a former World No 1 is now ranked 188th in the world

Lleyton Hewitt awarded wild card for Australian Open

Former world number one Lleyton Hewitt has been awarded a wild card to play at next month's Australian Open.

Federer fears slower courts will harm game

Tournament organisers insist they have made no changes to the playing surface but Roger Federer agrees with those players who claim that the courts here at the US Open are playing more slowly than in past years.

Former national No 1 retires at 25

Former British No 1 Katie O'Brien has announced her retirement from competitive tennis – aged just 25.

Roger Federer: 'I'm looking forward to being 30. I can still win more Grand Slams'

The Swiss master, who enters his fourth decade on Monday, tells Paul Newman what drives him on

Andy Murray wins first match since Australian Open

Andy Murray finally won his first match since the Australian Open as he opened his clay court season with a 6-1 6-4 success over Radek Stepanek at the Monte Carlo Masters this afternoon.

Murray on lookout for coach after split with Corretja

Andy Murray is looking for a new coach as a matter of urgency after parting company yesterday with Alex Corretja, who had worked with him on a part-time basis for the last three years. Murray was talking to potential replacements yesterday and is hoping to make an appointment before the start of the clay-court season next month.

Murray learns from 2010 slump

Given his pledge to look forward rather than back, Andy Murray would no doubt prefer not to contemplate the direction his career took exactly 12 months ago.

Andrea Petkovic: Finally, a female star with strings to her bow

Her family fled the Balkans after a bomb hit her grandparents' house; she wants to form a political party and plays the drums

Murray crashes to straight-sets loss in first match back after break

Andy Murray crashed out in the first round of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam last night after a straight-sets loss to Marcos Baghdatis.

Djokovic thrashes Murray to win Australian Open

Andy Murray's grand slam final misery continued tonight as the British number one was comprehensively beaten by Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open.

The greatest Australian Open moments

The 2011 Australian Open could be a memorable year, or at least a memorable tournament for British tennis fans.

Murray wins to reach Australian Open final

Andy Murray moved into his second successive Australian Open final after overcoming a poor start to scrape past David Ferrer in four sets.

Justine Henin retires from tennis for second time

Justine Henin has announced her retirement from tennis for a second time after admitting defeat in her bid to recover from an elbow injury.

Rafael Nadal loses in straight sets at Australian Open

Rafael Nadal's bid to land the "Rafa Slam" ended in frustration tonight as injury contributed to his exit from the Australian Open for the second successive year.

Rafael Nadal continues Australian Open march

Rafael Nadal remained on course for the "Rafa Slam" after moving into the last eight with a convincing win over Marin Cilic.

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