London, Jan 31 - Czech tennis fans have expressed their anger against Britain number one Andy Murray's fiancee Kim Sears after she was filmed apparently aiming an outburst at the Czech's team when Murray broke back in a tense first set against Tomas Berdych.
Sears was filmed apparently saying a "Czech flash f***" during the Australian Open semi-final, where her boyfriend trounced Czech opponent Berdych with a four-set victory.
London, Jan 31 - Andy Murray's coach Amelie Mauresmo believes that the Britain number one has shown remarkable progress this year, describing him as more focused and intense ahead of the Australian Open final in Melbourne.
Murray, who is eyeing his third major, reached his fourth Australian Open final following a dramatic four-set semifinal win over Czech opponent Tomas Berdych.
The former world number, who became his coach last June, said that Murray was in a better place now and he was happy and relaxed in his own way, the Mirror reported.
London, Jan 30 - Two-time grand slam champion Andy Murray has defended his fiancee Kim Sears after she was caught on camera apparently swearing during his semi-final over Czech opponent Tomas Berdych in Melbourne.
Sears was filmed apparently aiming an outburst at the Czech's team when Murray broke back in a tense first set.
Reflecting on the matter, Murray said that when there was a lot of tension surrounding something, it was completely normal that the whole first set everyone was tight, the BBC reported.
Johannesburg, Jan 29 : Britain number one Andy Murray has backed Australian teen star Nick Kyrgios, describing him as a nice guy and should be allowed time to mature and thrive.
Kyrgios was given a code violation warning for an audible obscenity by the chair umpire during the first set against Murray.
Murray, who trounced Kyrgios in straight sets at Australian Open quarter-final match, said that the Australian star was only going to continue to mature and improve in that respect as he gets older, adding that he just needs to be allowed to grow up , Sport24 reported.
London, Jan 28 - Britain number one Andy Murray has tipped Tomas Berdych as slight favourite ahead of their Australian Open semifinal clash on Thursday, saying that the Czech has been trained under his former coach Dani Vallverdu .
Murray, who is seeded sixth, parted ways with Vallverdu in November, which subsequently led his former coach to collaborate with Berdych.
Two-time grand slam champion Murray said that Dani knew his game inside out and he would come up with a great game plan, adding that his former coach knew his game probably better than anyone, the BBC reported.
London, Jan 23 : Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic believes that Britain number one Andy Murray made his biggest mistake by splitting with his former coach Ivan Lendl in March last year.
Ivanisevic, who is currently coaching the US open champion Marin Cilic, said that last year was up and down for him and letting Ivan go was probably his biggest mistake as they did everything well together, the BBC reported.
According to Ivanisevic, Murray won two Grand Slams and played the best tennis under Ivan.
Melbourne, Jan 23 : Britain number one Andy Murray brushed aside his Portuguese opponent Joao Sousa in straight sets to stroll into the fourth round of the Australian Open in Melbourne.
The three-time finalist thrashed Sousa 6-1, 6-1, 7-5 to advance to the next round of the first grand slam of the year.
Moreover, seventh-seeded Tomas Berdych required one hour and 51 minutes to secure a 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 victory over his Serbian opponent Viktor Troicki to progress to the next round. (ANI)
Melbourne, Jan 21 : World number two Roger Federer cruised into the third round of the Australian Open as he bounced back to defeat his Italian opponent Simone Bolelli after losing the first set in Melbourne.
Despite dropping the first set, Federer outclassed Bolelli 3-6 6-3 6-2 6-2 to advance to the next round of the first grand slam of the year.
Moreover, Britain number one Andy Murray strolled into the next round with a convincing 6-1 6-3 6-2 win over Australian rival Marinko Matosevic. (ANI)
London, Jan 18 - Britain number one Andy Murray believes that he is poised to begin the first grand slam of the year despite facing a challenging draw in the Australian Open.
Murray, who is eyeing his third major, said that it was obviously a very difficult draw and it was going to be extremely difficult to come through that, the BBC reported.
However, Murray believes that often in such events there are upsets and it would be interesting to see how it goes, the report added.
London, Jan 03 - British number one Andy Murray is aiming to replicate veteran Swiss superstar Roger Federer's antics in 2014, as the Scot seeks to return to the top of the world tennis rankings this year.
Murray starts the new season as world number six after falling out of the top 10 for the first time since 2008 last year. And Federer also number six 12 months ago following a troubled 2013 where he won only one title.
But Federer rebounded with five titles, a Davis Cup triumph and a Wimbledon final last year as he climbed back up to the world number two spot, the Mirror reported.
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