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The Brit heads into the tournament this summer as defending champion

Andy Murray

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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.

Marin Cilic withdrew from Wimbledon citing a knee injury

Marin Cilic pulls out of Montreal Masters after claims of failed drug test

Croat does about-turn on playing to increase speculation that he will soon be banned

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Colin Murray, John Inverdale, Alan Shearer: Which BBC pundit irritates you most?

Imagine you have been offered the position of BBC Director General for a single working day. Filling your in-tray - dozens of CVs, a few latent scandals, and the latest in ongoing pay disputes. But one burning desire fills your mind. (No, there won't be time to commission that ideal period drama). There will be time, however, to give your least favourite BBC sports presenter a dressing down - so, prepare your best Sir Alan Sugar impression, who's it going to be?

BBC presenter Colin Murray made comments about Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill's 'bottom'

BBC presenter’s sexist comment about Jessica Ennis-Hill ‘unacceptable’

Culture Secretary Maria Miller condemns Colin Murray after reference to Olympic medallist’s ‘bottom’

Heather Watson has split with Mauricio Hadad

Jeremy Bates must ask for total commitment if Heather Watson is to reach world’s top 20

Heather’s biggest problem is that she is too nice. That’s no good in tennis

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Tennis could be facing its second drug scandal in three days after reports emerge Marin Cilic has 'failed' a drug test

World No 15 pulled out of Wimbledon second round with a reported knee injury but Croation newspaper claims he is serving a three-month ban for a failed test

Anne Keothavong

Former British number one Anne Keothavong announces retirement

The 29-year-old is to join BT Sport

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska shocked at reaction in Poland after posing naked for photo shoot

The tennis star appeared in ESPN The Magazine's 'Body Issue'

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Page 3 Profile: Gabby Logan, TV presenter

Her off the telly?

Ross Hutchins

Tennis player Ross Hutchins reveals he is in remission from cancer

The Great Britain Davis Cup player is good friends with Andy Murray

Argy bargy: Federico Delbonis on his way to victory over Roger Federer

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Roger Federer suffered a shock defeat to Argentinian qualifier Federico Delbonis 7-6 (7) 7-6 (4) in the semi-finals of the German Championships yesterday.

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What Inverdale was expressing was the sort of sentiment that millions of otherwise right-thinking men watching Wimbledon may have shared

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Maria Miller’s shot at sexist clubs such as Muirfield lands David Cameron in the rough

Maria Miller’s attempt to boost the Conservatives’ standing amongst women backfired as she put the spotlight on David Cameron’s privileged background.

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