Sport Jamie Murray (L) suffered from heat stroke following his victory with doubles partner John Peers (R) over Matt Reid and Luke Saville at the Australian Open

Murray required medical treatment shortly after the win as temperatures continue to soar beyond the 40C mark

Murray ready to turn up the heat on Fish

By the standards of the Pimm's set who frequent these parts a riot nearly broke out here yesterday when the start of the third-round match between Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt was delayed because of a security alert. Thankfully, however, the slow-handclapping died out before anyone sent for the water cannons.

Roddick quickly finds feet on 'happiest day'

Andy Roddick loves his annual visit to west London. "Coming from clay to grass is one of the happiest days of my year," the world No 6 said at Queen's yesterday after winning his opening match at the Aegon Championships. "I don't have to make a lot of adjustments to my game to play on this surface."

Robson's rise earns Wimbledon wild card

Laura Robson, Britain's junior Wimbledon champion, will play in the main draw at this year's Championships after the All England Club decided last night to award her a wild card. At 15 years and five months, Robson will be the youngest Briton to play at Wimbledon in the Open era and the youngest from any country since Martina Hingis played in the 1995 tournament at 14 years and nine months.

Murray sizzles in the Paris sunshine

Scot's aggression and variety too much for Chela in first round of French Open

Fiery Safin's flawed genius meets ice of grass master Federer

After years of inconsistency, the rejuvenated Russian has been the surprise Wimbledon package. But, writes Chris McGrath, can the mercurial Tatar triumph today?

Nalbandian mystified by shocking early exit

David Nalbandian is one of the enigmas of modern tennis. Many would regard him as the most talented current player never to have won a Grand Slam title, though that ability was hard to identify last night as the world No 7 lost 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 to Canada's Frank Dancevic, the world No 95. It was only Nalbandian's second first-round defeat in 27 Grand Slam appearances.

The 5-minute Interview: Pat Cash, Tennis player and coach

'If I couldn't do sport, then I'd do music'

Agassi's art defies age and adversity

American icon goes the distance again to become oldest finalist since 1974 as Federer flows on

Henman faces tough US Open draw

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