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Football and tennis have been warned that their funding is at risk after both saw a decline in participation in England.

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Sport England warn that both football and tennis could have funding reduced following drops in participation levels

Sport England will hold meetings with both the Football Association and the Lawn Tennis Association in order to address the alarming decline

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British players must stand on own feet as LTA cuts handouts

The days of the Lawn Tennis Association handing out significant financial support to a wide range of British players are coming to an end.

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Milos Raonic backs his fellow Canadian to succeed

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British surprise package has nearly doubled his career earnings with victories at the US Open

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Nishikori left bewildered and outfoxed by Briton’s attacking play

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LTA must cash in on Murray mania at lower level, says Tim Henman

Tim Henman believes the Lawn Tennis Association needs to invest more heavily in grass-roots tennis if the governing body is to capitalise more effectively on Andy Murray’s success.

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Oh I say! Andy Murray serves up a nationwide tennis bounce as children flock to courts

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Heather Watson became the first British woman for 24 years to win a title on the main tour

Wimbledon 2013: Thanks to Andy Murray, Britain will no longer be seen as a nation of losers, says LTA

Leon Smith, the GB Davis Cup captain, urges sport to seize the chance created by Murray win

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Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray could teach other players about coping with the burden of expectation

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Laura Robson’s winning run may have come to an end at this year’s Wimbledon, but the 19-year-old could see a staggering boost in earnings off the court to more than £1 million after a “vital” tournament.

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