The Scot will play in his third successive Grand Slam final this weekend
Scottish brothers deliver in the doubles, paving way for Andy to complete his country’s first triumph in the historic team competition for 79 years during today’s singles
British No 1 reveals winning the Davis Cup this week would be culmination of huge team effort
Doubles partnership ends on a low as world's best live up to there ranking
Britain's first Wimbledon doubles champion for 76 years, Jonny Marray, hopes that his success at the All England Club can boost his Davis Cup chances.
What with hearing so very little about male British tennis players these days, a warming example of fraternal concord may have escaped the Milibandroids.
So who's better, the England football team or Andy Murray? No contest you might imagine, but as of yesterday Roy Hodgson's boys, like Britain's No 1 tennis player, are officially ranked fourth in the world. Fifa's dubious system has promoted them above those hopeless Italians, Portuguese and Brazilians, on the back of reaching the quarter-final at Euro 2012. A fitting day then for Mr and Mrs Hodgson to be in the Royal Box here, along with Kate and Wills. Tennis royalty meanwhile was represented by Mr and Mrs Andre Agassi, the lady in question remaining in All England Club parlance "Miss Stefanie Graf".
British pair Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins cruised into round three of the men's doubles at the Australian Open today to set up a showdown with the Bryan brothers.
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It might be tempting to suggest that the gap in talent between Andy Murray and Illya Marchenko is as wide as the distance between their respective birthplaces of Dunblane and Dneprodzerzhinsk, but last year's Australian Open runner-up is taking nothing for granted.
Job done, thank you ma'am, and goodnight. The Queen's affection for tennis is probably reflected in the fact that her visit to the All England Club yesterday was her first for 33 years, but at least Andy Murray did her proud. On a day when John Isner and Nicolas Mahut completed their 11-hour marathon, Murray ensured that the monarch would be back in time for tea by winning his second-round match against Jarkko Nieminen 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 in just an hour and 42 minutes. After a brief conversation with the two men, she was on her way home.
His close friend Leon Smith is the new team captain, but World No 4 remains reluctant to commit to Britain's cause