Focus is increasingly on T20 slog-fest which is making money – but not quality cricketers
Leon Smith, the GB Davis Cup captain, urges sport to seize the chance created by Murray win
Middle England delighted as Scot climbs the final Everest for British sport
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.
Twenty four hours after he talked about his dream of playing at the All England Club, Kyle Edmund learned yesterday that he had been handed a wild card into the main draw at Wimbledon, which begins on Monday week.
Remove Murray from the picture and we are left counting out our players
Drama tends to follow Laura Robson wherever she plays and the 19-year-old Briton's latest tournament ended in typical fashion in Madrid. Robson, who was attempting to win a place in the quarter-finals of a WTA Premier event for the first time, led Ana Ivanovic 5-2 in the final set but went on to lose 5-7, 6-2, 7-6.
Doubles player pores over videos of Davis Cup opponents, as Ward leads singles charge
The green pastures of SW19 are not usually the place to find solace when, every two years, England's footballers tumble out of a tournament and the nation's sporting spotlight turns on tennis. Andy Murray aside – and he is, of course Scottish – Britain's tennis players usually make the footballers look good. Yesterday was different.
David Nalbandian kicked out at an advertising panel and inadvertently drew blood from a line judge yesterday.
As the first major event of the grass-court season limped towards its final weekend here yesterday, Britain's Davis Cup captain outlined the importance of clay-court tennis for the nation's future generations.
British tennis chief Roger Draper insists he will take recent criticism on the chin after claiming the Lawn Tennis Association are “an easy target” for people to “have a bit of a pop at”.
Andy Murray was quick to distance himself from British tennis' latest let-down after securing his place in the second round of the Australian Open.
According to its proprietor, the reigning champion's "butt is way softer than normal" this time round. But perhaps that is no bad thing, when you are flying by the seat of your pants.
It takes just 10 seconds to read the 33 words printed on a new, oval plaque mounted outside Wimbledon's Court 18 to commemorate the longest ever tennis match, which took place at the All England Club a year ago.
The tennis legend shares his top tips on being a great dad ahead of Father’s Day in today's live web TV show