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Hutchins and his doubles partner Colin Fleming defeated Marinko Matosevic and Michael Przysiezny 4-6 6-4 6-0 to reach the second round

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High life: The Valley bar has estate views

Room Service: Hilton Shillim, India

A hilltop escape with that healing feeling

Robin Roberts, a news anchor on American TV show Good Morning America, came out as gay in a touching open letter thanking her “long-time girlfriend”.

Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts comes out as gay

The presenter revealed the details of her same-sex relationship on Facebook

A galaxy not so far away: the Milky Way ski area

Get me out of here - spa in Andalucia, sun in the UAE, ski in the Milky Way

Now... Christmas spa break in Andalucia

If you want to remove yourself from the Christmas chaos, there's a three-night wellness break at the Shanti Som retreat, Andalucia for £839pp. Departing on 23 December with easyJet flights from Gatwick to Malaga, it includes all meals, a guided hike and a massage. bit.ly/SpaSpain

Sam Faiers will not be joining the I'm A Celebrity jungle after rumours suggested she would be

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Sam Faiers confirms she will not enter the jungle

The Only Way Is Essex star will not join her ex-fiancé in the jungle after all

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted Steven Gerrard has a specific training regime in an attempt to prolong his Anfield career

Brendan Rodgers reveals altered training regime has allowed Steven Gerrard to maintain a constant presence for both Liverpool and England

England and Reds captain has a specific training programme that allows him to recover properly and ensure he is 100% for each fixture

Mo Farah kisses his 10,000m gold medal following his victory on Saturday

World Championships: Mo Farah focused on recovery as he chases more gold

How do you celebrate winning a second world title? If you're Mo Farah, it's by having a massage under a tree from the performance director of UK Athletics, then steak and chips with the family. Quite what he has planned if he pulls off the double double later this week is open to conjecture. For now, he is merely focused on ensuring his body fully recovers from the after-effects of his energy-sapping 25 laps to 10,000 metres gold.

Vibease: 'World’s first wearable smart vibrator' syncs with your iPhone

The Vibease can be controlled remotely from a smartphone or sync with an audio 'fantasy'

Firefighter massages kitten back to life after lifeless animal is left in a burnt-out house

The resuscitation was captured on the firefighter's helmet camera

The new advert for the first-class private suites being offered by Emirates Air

Emirates Air first class suites: A bit of razzle dazzle for club international fliers

Squint at the advert for the new first-class private suites on Emirates Air, and you could be forgiven for thinking that the last 40 years never happened.

97p land: the bargain store has slashed its prices by 3p

'Welcome to Poundland, Everything's 97p': Austerity price war as low-cost retailer cuts prices to undermine 99p rivals

Chain reduces prices in stores at risk from nearby competition

GTA 5: Rockstar release 3 new character trailers for Michael, Franklin and Trevor

Rockstar has released trailers that show each of the three main characters from Grand Theft Auto 5.

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YouTube's top five most-viewed videos in the UK, as the site turns eight

It's hard to believe it, but it's internet giant YouTube's eighth birthday today.

The 10 Best electric toothbrushes

Make your twice-daily brushing routine less of a chore – and more effective – with this all-singing, all-dancing dental kit

Laughing matter: Sir Alex Ferguson (left) raised concerns over Rio Ferdinand’s fitness after his England recall

Frank Lampard defends Roy Hodgson over handling of Rio Ferdinand call up

England take on San Marino this week

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