The 29-year-old Scot is attempting to become the first British winner at Roland Garros since 1935
The Scot produced one of his best clay performances to overcome Stan Wawrinka in the semi-final
The world No 1 swung his racket towards the ground in frustration, almost hitting a line judge
Djokovic is planning to play in the Olympics but ahas admitted his fear over health concerns surrounding the outbreak of the disease
Amid concern over his back Federer opted not to risk playing at this week's tournament
The Scot has struggled with injury when playing on clay
Defending champion slips to second round defeat
The Serb has now won six titles
The British men's No 1 believes the whole of tennis should benefit from the strength of the men's game
Raymond Moore said female players should “get down on their knees” to thank Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
It could be argued that equalising women’s prize money when they generate less income is patronising, if not insultingly paternalistic, and that free market economics should determine rewards
Moore had said female player should 'go down every night (on their knees) and thank God that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal were born'
Indian Wells Tennis Garden CEO Raymond Moore has apologised after claiming the women's game 'rides on the coat-tails of the men'
Murray has already committed to competing in all of Britain’s Davis Cup ties this year if he is fit
What made the victory all the more remarkable was that Murray had played on all three days here
Whatever the explanation, the Murray of yesterday morning was palpably beaten from the start