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Mixed emotions for Britains women

Heather Watson and Laura Robson suffered different fates in their respective tournaments this week.

Watson won her first WTA title, along with doubles partner Marina Erakovic from New Zealand, in Stanford, whilst Robson was knocked out in the Italiacom Open semifinals by Barbora Zahlavova Strycova. Read More…


Murray falls at the last

Andy Murray failed to make British dreams come true as he was outclassed in the Wimbledon final by the world’s greatest, Rodger Federer.

After winning the first set against the Swiss maestro, Murray supporters could have been forgiven for letting their hearts and minds run away with themselves. But Federer turned his slow start into a masterclass of shots worthy of beating any opponent and winning any title.

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Murray makes history

Andy Murray has become the first Brit to reach the Wimbledon men’s singles finals for 74 years.

Beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-3 6-4 3-6 7-5, Murray will face the master on grass, Roger Federer, in the final on Sunday after he beat world number one Novak Djokovic in four sets. Read More…

Wimbledon: Ladies’ finals decided

Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska have reached the finals of Wimbledon 2012.

Radwanska has progressed throughout the tournament with relative ease, defeating young British star Heather Watson on the way to the final but Williams has had to improve her game throughout the two weeks to make sure she’s got this far. Read More…

Brits impress at Wimbledon

It has been one of the best Wimbledon’s in decades for British players.

Heather Watson became the first British woman to reach the third round since 2002, outdoing British number one Elena Baltacha who was knocked out by fourth seed Kvitova 6-0 6-4 and Anne Keothavong who suffered another disappointing defeat to 10th seed Errani. Read More…

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