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Rafael Nadal closing in on return to No 1 ranking

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Andy Murray's record in North America

Andy Murray has a great record when it comes to tournaments played in the United States and Canada throughout his career - with the hard courts used across the continent suited to his game.

Mini-break: Andy Murray has not played since his Wimbledon triumph

Andy Murray back to business with hard work ahead

It will be many a year before it becomes a distant memory, but for the moment Andy Murray is putting his Wimbledon triumph behind him. The tennis treadmill rarely stops turning and Murray, along with most of the other leading men, will be jumping on it again at this week's Montreal Masters.

Novak Djokovic en route to defeat by Andy Murray

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World No 1’s regular appeals to the umpire and his second-set reverse showed uncharacteristic frailty

After his 2011 disaster, Murray knew he had to get serious

James Lawton: The day that Andy Murray said 'this just isn't good enough'

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Andy Murray dives to make a return against Fernando Verdasco

Wimbledon 2013: All our yesterdays as Andy Murray reprises the Tim Henman years with five-set thriller

The British number one had to come back from two sets down

Andy Murray tries to satisfy his legion of supporters

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray wary of quarter-final banana skin against Fernando Verdasco

Series of shocks and British No 1's memory of last loss to opponent Fernando Verdasco provoke fears

David Ferrer has proved his ability on all surfaces

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Juan Martin del Potro celebrates his second round victory over Jesse Levina

Juan Martin del Potro going quietly about his business as he progresses to third round

Former US Open champion records his second straight-sets victory of the week defeating Jesse Levine 6-2, 7-6, 6-3

Maria Sharapova continually struggled to keep her footing and complained to an umpire that the court was ‘dangerous’ as she exited the tournament

Wimbledon Wobble Watch: Who's crashing out, slipping over - and what the players are saying about the courts

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Roger Federer heads for the Wimbledon exit

Wimbledon's crazy day of falling stars: Champion Roger Federer is beaten to open way for Andy Murray

While injuries force All England Club defend 'dangerous' courts after record seven withdrawals in one day

Roger Federer shows his frustration

Wimbledon 2013: So long, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal. It used to be the Big Four - now it's Novak Djokovic vs and Andy Murray

Will Roger Federer want to carry with only a bit-part in the world's big events?

Andy Murray hits a backhand against Lu Yen-hsun

Wimbledon 2013: That's Andy! Casualties leave clear path to final for magical Murray to progress

After a day of extraordinary drama, Andy Murray will need to take a deep breath. With four of the biggest threats left in his half of the draw going out of the tournament, the 26-year-old Scot should take as much satisfaction from the fact that he came through his second-round match here unscathed as he did from the quality of his tennis.

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