The former world number one has looked in ominous form in Melbourne
Murray missed four match points in the third set before losing on a tie-break but recovered to claim the fourth and move into the last eight
This is a tale that, when told, seems to have been embellished by Hollywood. It’s a tale of tragedy and triumph, talent and dedication, love and loss, and it’s all true.
Swiss faces French roadblock in last 16 encounter
First-round defeats and success for next generation send out timely warning to British pair
Robson was the first player knocked out of the opening Grand Slam of the year after she lost to Kirsten Flipkens while Watson went down swinging in a three-set defeat to Daniela Hantuchova
The British number one gets underway in Melbourne on Tuesday
Andy Murray wrapped up his public preparations for next week’s Australian Open by losing an exhibition match to Lleyton Hewitt here in Melbourne yesterday, but is in a good frame of mind.
Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win
Can we get through an entire tournament without mentioning 1966?
Roger Federer has become the latest player to recruit a 1980s great, with Stefan Edberg joining the former world No 1’s coaching team.
Honours protocol means Wimbledon champion must wait for knighthood
The German has not worked with any players since his retirement and has instead focused on punditry
Murray underwent an operation on his back in September but will make his long-awaited return to action next week
Ross Hutchins says Andy Murray winning Wimbledon this year meant more to him than beating cancer. The British doubles player is on the verge of making his comeback after missing the whole of last season to battle Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Sport England will hold meetings with both the Football Association and the Lawn Tennis Association in order to address the alarming decline