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Murray makes light work of Groth
Murray eased past Sam Groth to secure his place in the third round of the Australian Open
My loyalties lie with Great Britain says Johanna Konta
Konta may have received plenty of support from the locals in the country she grew up in, but insists her heart very much lies with Great Britain
Murray passes Zverev with ease
Andy Murray says he was delighted to get his Australian Open off to a flying start after making light work of German teenager Alexander Zverev in the first round
Shock defeat for Nadal
Reaction after fifth seed Rafael Nadal was beaten by compatriot Fernando Verdasco in their first round clash at the Australian Open
First round defeat for Heather Watson
Watson has failed to progress past the first round at the Australian Open after losing her opening match to Timea Babos.
The end of the road for Kyle Edmund in the Australian Open
Edmund was hampered by injury as he lost in five sets to world number 81 Damir Dzumhur
Heat is once again threatening to cause havoc at the Australian Open
After players were hauled off courts during the opening round of qualifiers in Melbourne
David Ferrer rolled past Australian qualifier Matthew Barton
6-2, 6-4 in 65 minutes on Wednesday at the ASB Classic
Birrell among last Aust Open wildcards
Tournament officials have announced the last wildcard entries to the Australian Open main draw
Bedene forced out in Auckland
Aljaz Bedene retired hurt in the third set of his first-round clash with Sam Querrey in the ASB Classic in Auckland.
Have You Read
twice a strike
Mark Collier believes his side showed their winning mentality after leaving it late to beat Hayes & Yeading United away this afternoon.
Acton Trussell had more than a passing interest in the 1970 FA Trophy
Match at Wembley, when Telford United met Macclesfield Town.
Arsenal ease into FA Cup semis after beating Lincoln
Arsenal ended their woeful run over the past ten days to score a convincing 5-0 win over Lincoln City in the FA Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.
Dean Keates believes Wrexham are “not a million miles’ away from being a top five side
despite seeing his side go down to just a second defeat in their last 10 games.
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