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Andy Murray, the world No 4, is resting after his exertions at last month’s Australian Open

Andy Murray confirms decision to play at Queen's

Andy Murray will bid for a hat-trick of titles at the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club this summer.

Harriet Walker: Let's inject a bit of Glastonbury into regimented old Wimbledon

We all know what we're supposed to do at this time of year: go out and buy crummy Union Jack hats, eat strawberries and cream, and wail about the latest British hopeful almost/nearly/just about getting through the early rounds at Wimbledon.

Picture of the Day: Brolly good show at Wimbledon

Tennis fans turned up in their droves at Wimbledon yesterday eager to claim a place at the front of the queue for the tournament which begins today. Typically, for an English summer, as many umbrellas as tents were put up as ticket-hunters braved the showers.

Laura Robson parts company with coach

Laura Robson has parted company with coach Patrick Mouratoglou, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) confirmed this afternoon.

A Day That Shook The World: Suzanne Lenglen breaks a Wimbledon record

On 3 July 1925, French tennis player Suzanne Lenglen won a record sixth consecutive Wimbledon title.

Gnomeo and Juliet: Exclusive interview with Elton John and David Furnish

Executive producer Elton John and producer David Furnish talk about their new film Gnomeo and Juliet, the greatest love story ever as told by gnomes, starring the voices of Emily Blunt and James McAvoy.

Robson loses in Wimbledon juniors semi-final

Laura Robson followed Olly Golding out of the Wimbledon juniors on a disappointing afternoon for the British youngsters on Court 12.

DVD: The Last Station (15)

"You all think he's Christ! He thinks he's Christ!" cries an exasperated Countess Tolstoy (regally Slavic Helen Mirren) of her husband and his devoted disciples, including Valentin, played with heaps of blue-eyed charm by James McAvoy.

Bogdanovic closes on Wimbledon place

Alex Bogdanovic is two victories away from reaching the main draw at Wimbledon after coming through the first round of qualifying at Roehampton today.

Wimbledon won't investigate LTA finances

The All England Club have ruled out the possibility of seeking clarification over how the money they give the Lawn Tennis Association is spent.

The Last Station (15)

The Last Station is like Chekhov dumbed down for a tea-time serial.

James McAvoy and Anne-Marie Duff to have a baby

Hollywood star James McAvoy and his actress wife Anne-Marie Duff are expecting their first child, the couple announced today.

The secret's out: James McAvoy in the frame to play Bond creator Ian Fleming

In his rise to the Hollywood A-list, James McAvoy has already donned a tuxedo, dabbled in intrigue and played a tortured author. They are all on-screen experiences which will stand him in good stead if his latest rumoured leading role comes to fruition – a biopic of the James Bond creator, Ian Fleming.

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Despite the result, this is the end of the status quo

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'Normcore': Blending in is the new standing out

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12 best hotel spas in the UK

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Widespread fear of Isis is producing strange bedfellows

Iranian-controlled Shia militias that used to kill American soldiers are now fighting Isis, helped by US airstrikes
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Ian Paisley’s decision to make peace with his IRA enemies

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