Andy Murray

Murray snatches two wins on final day of involvement in IPTL exhibition in Philippines

London, Dec 01 - Britain number one Andy Murray grabbed two wins on his final day of involvement in the International Premier Tennis League exhibition in the Philippines.

Murray helped Manila Mavericks beat Singapore Slammers 27-19 to claim their first victory of the event. The Scot and Kirsten Flipkens beat Serena Williams and Lleyton Hewitt 6-1 in the mixed doubles.

Nadal, Murray join cricketers, politicians to pay tribute to late Hughes

Johannesburg, Nov 29 - As world sport mourned the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday including former greats and even politicians, tennis stars Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray were not far behind in paying tribute to the late cricketer.

Ripples from the demise of Hughes, two days after he was knocked unconscious by a bouncer during a Sheffield Shield match at the SCG, quickly spread across the planet and beyond cricket's boundaries as the game reeled from a rare death in competition.

Murray retains Mauresmo as head coach amidst reshuffle of coaching staff

Andy MurrayLondon, Nov 27 : Britain number one Andy Murray has made his coaching changes for 2015 season, retaining former world number one Amelie Mauresmo as his head coach, but parting company with her assistant Daniel Vallverdu, who had been with the Scot for the past five years.

Fitness trainer Jez Green would also no longer travel with Murray in 2015. The Scot's 2014 season ended with a 6-0, 6-1 thrashing by Roger Federer at the ATP Tour finals.

Murray keeps Tour Finals hopes alive post straight sets win over Raonic

Andy MurrayLondon, Nov 12 : Britain number one Andy Murray recorded a straight sets win over Milos Raonic in his Group B match on Monday to keep his ATP World Tour Finals hopes alive and deny Roger Federer a chance of already securing the semifinal spot in the tournament.

Andy Murray 'shakes a leg' with mum Judy on 'Strictly Comes Dancing'

London, Nov 10 - Andy Murray finally made an appearance and even danced a bit reluctantly with mum Judy Murray on 'Strictly Come Dancing.'

The 27-year-old Tennis champ, who had earlier said that he would rather relax at home than watching his mother dance, admitted that he has been keeping a track of her progress on the BBC One show, the Daily Star reported.

Murray believes 'still has chance' at Tour Finals despite losing to Nishikori in opener

Andy MurrayLondon, Nov 10 - British number one Andy Murray believes that he still has a chance to go through the ATP World Tour Finals despite making a disappointing start to the tournament in London with a straight-sets loss to Japan's Kei Nishikori.

Federer, Murray among winners of ATP World Tour Awards

Roger Federer and Andy MurrayJohannesburg, Nov 06 - 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer, Britain number one Andy Murray and the Bryan brothers are among the winners of the ATP World Tour Awards.

Federer's peers selected him as winner of the Stefan Edberg sportsmanship award for a 10th time, while Murray received the Arthur Ashe humanitarian award for his involvement in fundraising exhibitions and campaigns.

Andy Murray picks 'relaxing' over watching 'average dancing' by mum Judy

Andy MurrayLondon, Nov 3 - Andy Murray has revealed that he would rather be in his own bed than tune in and watch "some very average dancing" my mother Judy mother on 'Strictly Come Dancing.'

The 27-year-old Tennis champ told the Telegraph, that after six weeks of international tennis tournaments, he really just wanted to be home and relax, the Independent reported.

IPTL will take tennis to new regions, says Andy Murray

IPTL will take tennis to new regions, says Andy MurrayDubai: Looking forward to his stint in the upcoming Indian Premier Tennis League, British number one Andy Murray says the event will take the sport to new regions.

Murray will lead Manila Mavericks in Mahesh Bhupathi's league, starting November 28 in Philippines.

Murray gets 'the finger' by Robredo after Spaniard loses Valencia Open final at home

Sydney, Oct 27 - Briton number one Andy Murray was given the finger by Tommy Robredo after the world number 10 saved five match points to beat the Spaniard and clinch the Valencia Open title.

In a battle of tennis superstars, Murray saved five match points before fighting back to beat Robredo, world number 16, in a in a tense third-set tiebreaker 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (8).



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