Andy Murray in action in Shanghai

Andy Murray storms into Shanghai Masters quarter-finals

Andy Murray made short work of Alexandr Dolgopolov at the Shanghai Masters today, advancing to the last eight in under an hour.

Andy Murray of Great Britain talks to Andy Ireland and Jez Green after his practice in Shanghai

Andy Murray advances in Shanghai after Florian Mayer withdraws with injury

Andy Murray enjoyed a free pass into the third round of the Shanghai Masters today as scheduled opponent Florian Mayer withdrew through injury prior to their match.

Rafael Nadal admits return from injury this year unlikely

Rafael Nadal concedes it is unlikely he will play tennis again in 2012.

Andy Murray at the Japan Open

Andy Murray reaches semi-finals at the Japan Open

Andy Murray survived a stiff test against Stanislas Wawrinka to move into the semi-finals of the Japan Open today.

Jamie Murray (left) has played with 14 different partners in the last year but has familiar company in his brother Andy this week as they look to defend the title they won at the Japan Open a year ago

Jamie Murray: The forgotten brother

While Andy is riding high after his US Open triumph, his brother is in danger of falling off the doubles map, but, he tells Paul Newman, he is far from jealous

Andy Murray in action in Japan

Andy Murray storms past Lukas Lacko in the Japan Open

Andy Murray dropped only three games as he brushed aside Lukas Lacko in less than an hour in the second round of the Japan Open.

Agnieszka Radwanska to face Nadia Petrova in Pan Pacific Open final in Tokyo

Defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska pulverised Angelique Kerber 6-1 6-1 today to set up a final with Nadia Petrova at the Pan Pacific Open.

Samantha Stosur (R) of Australia is congratulated on her victory by Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova bundled out of Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo

World number one Victoria Azarenka pulled out of the Pan Pacific Open citing chronic fatigue, while Maria Sharapova was bundled out by Samantha Stosur as the tournament lost its top two seeds this morning.

Angelique Kerber defeats Venus Williams at the US Open

Sixth seed Angelique Kerber continued her winning streak against the Williams sisters with a dramatic victory over Venus on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Laura Robson can hardly believe she has beaten Kim Clijsters

Bold Laura Robson sends Kim Clijsters heading towards retirement

Who shot Bambi? Tennis fans around the world – and New Yorkers and Belgians in particular – might suggest it was Laura Robson after the 18-year-old Briton recorded a stunning victory over Kim Clijsters in the second round of the US Open here last night.

Andy Murray practises watched by his coach Ivan Lendl

Murray still coasting on golden high

Andy Murray says that "a week in sport can be quite a long time". No sooner are you basking in the glow of a tournament victory than you are answering questions in another city, perhaps on another continent, about a first-round defeat.

Agnieszka Radwanska on her way to victory over Nina Bratchikova

Radwanska hits out to put troubles behind her

Losing in a first Wimbledon final proved a stepping stone to Olympic success for Andy Murray, but life has not been as easy for the other beaten singles finalist at the All England Club. While Murray went on to enjoy golden glory at the same venue four weeks later, Agnieszka Radwanska lost in the first round at London 2012 and has failed to go beyond the quarter-finals in her three subsequent tournaments.

Andy Murray begins US Open campaign with straight sets victory

Andy Murray successfully negotiated his first obstacle at the US Open as he saw off Russia's Alex Bogomolov despite a patchy performance on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Andy Murray placed in Roger Federer's half of the US Open draw

Third seed Andy Murray will play Russia's Alex Bogomolov in the first round of the US Open and was placed in Roger Federer's half when the draw was made today.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray's US Open preparations hit following Cincinnati Masters exit

Olympic champion Andy Murray suffered a second pre-US Open setback in as many weeks when he was knocked out of the Cincinnati Masters in the third round last night, losing 6-4 6-4 to France's Jeremy Chardy.

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