Australian Open 2021: Andy Murray withdraws, unresolved issues after positive COVID-19 test

Andy Murray reveals provisional schedule until early 2021, saying 'my plan is to for sure go to Australia' - Tennis365.com

Despite efforts to find a resolution after news of his positive COVID-19 test broke last week, three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray has confirmed he will not be taking part in next month’s Australian Open after all – having been granted a wildcard to feature just last month. Continue reading

Australian Open 2021: Roger Federer withdraws, while Andy Murray given wildcard

Federer Sneaks Past Evans Into 3rd Round at Australian Open - peRFect Tennis

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer is officially withdrawing from the 2021 Australian Open as he continues preparation ahead of a proposed return after two operations on his right knee. Elsewhere, Andy Murray (world no.122) has been granted a wildcard ahead of the first Slam tournament next year – two years after he feared the worst for his career in Melbourne. Continue reading

Rio 2016: Andy Murray eyeing second gold medal after SW19 success

Rio 2016: Andy Murray eyeing second gold medal after SW19 success

The Wimbledon champion, who won Gold back at the London 2012 Olympics, is eager for history to repeat itself this summer as he prepares for his first-round clash.

Andy Murray is eyeing a second Olympic gold medal in the Men’s Singles tournament this summer, especially after his morale-boosting Grand Slam victory at Wimbledon earlier this summer.

He goes into the Olympic Games as the defending champion and having won it in style four years ago, he’ll be eager to retain his title this time around too.

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French Open: Andy Murray admits disappointment after Djokovic defeat in final

French Open: Andy Murray admits disappointment after Djokovic defeat in final

The world number two, in his first Roland Garros final, lead by a set but Djokovic was inspired to victory and recovered well to win in four sets.

Andy Murray has admitted he is disappointed after defeat in his first French Open final – a thrilling four set encounter against Novak Djokovic.

Having taken the first set 6-3 on Court Philippe Chatrier, the momentum was fully with the Brit. With that being said, Novak recovered well from falling behind early and upped his performance level significantly to pose a number of tough questions – giving Murray a tough time and staying in numerous rallies he had no right to.

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