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  1. MailOnline, July 29, 2016: ¤¤ Game, set, sail! Tennis champ Andy Murray soaks up the sun in Mallorca with wife Kim Sears on board Rafael Nadal’s yacht.

    He’s enjoying a much deserved break away after taking Wimbledon by storm.
    Tennis champ Andy Murray, 29, and wife Kim Sears, 28, looked sun-kissed as they arrived at Manacor Port in Mallorca on Friday.
    Enjoying some R&R, the sports star and his long-term love were in their element after a day of sailing on fellow tennis player Rafael Nadal’s yacht…¤¤

    Read more:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3715088/Game-set-sail-Tennis-champ-Andy-Murray-soaks-sun-Mallorca-wife-Kim-Sears-board-Rafael-Nadal-s-yacht.html

  2. When a Top Four player is mentally focused.

    Pouille is small fry. 6-3, 6-0.

    TennisTV ‏@TennisTV
    After a slow start, @andy_murray makes very light work of #Pouille and keep up his pursuit of #Djokovic @bnppmasters http://tnn.is/live

  3. The Guardian, January 11, 2017: ¤¤ Andy Murray makes commitment to play at Queen’s Club for rest of career.

    In 2017 the tournament is expanding its Centre Court capacity by 30%.
    Stephen Farrow, the Aegon Championships tournament director, said: “To know that Andy will play at the Queen’s Club for the rest of his career and that the BBC will cover it every step of the way is a huge boost in what is an exciting and important year for the Aegon Championships with our stadium capacity increasing by 30%.” ¤¤

    https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/jan/11/andy-murray-commitment-play-queens-club-rest-of-career

  4. Stuart Fraser (Journalist) ‏3 minutes ago:”BREAKING: Andy Murray withdraws from Miami with right elbow injury.”

  5. Andy is No. 10 in the Race to London and will likely drop out of the Top 10 heading into clay season.

    (Nole is No. 18 and will likely drop out of the Top 20.)

    Barring a CryBaby title in IW, Fedal will stay 1 and 2 heading into Miami.

    And everyone said Fedal was over and Muzzole was the new world order not so long ago.

    I said in December that Murray could find it harder at No. 1.

    People are so knee jerk reactionary.

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    Mary now saying Simon Briggs reporting Murray to miss six weeks. Still time for Roland Garros, but just barely…

  7. Stuart Fraser‏(Tennis writer for The Times): “Murray not yet decided on Barcelona/Budapest. Might do training block instead and also support father-in-law Nigel Sears at London Marathon.”

  8. Much as I like, and am a fan of Sir Andy Murray, this accolade is premature to say the least Djokovic must be foaming at the mouth with irritation. it will be interesting too to hear what Federer has to say on the matter. But at the end of the day it’s no big deal. It’s only a training academy not a major venue.

  9. Why should Nole or Fed mind? I am sure both of them will also have lots of honors heaped on them. The only thing is that the academy should have waited till Muzz retired just as Barcelona should have waited till Rafa retired.

  10. Andy trained there as a young boy. Federer already has a street named after him in Switzerland and will probably have CC named after him in Basel.

    • “This is not the first time a street has been named in his honour. In 2012, the city of Halle, in Germany, unveiled “Roger-Federer-Allee” in recognition of Federer’s success on the grass at the Gerry Weber Open” .

  11. After Muzz retires, the Center Court at Wimbledon should be named after him following the tradition of other slam venues.

    • Forget that, Nadline- they should just rename clay courts “Rafa courts” haha! There’s three surfaces- hard, grass, and Rafa courts! 🙂

      • I would expect them to do something for Murray at Wimbledon. I think if it’s a statue then that works. He ended the British drought and certainly deserves recognition for that historic accomplishment.

        I can also see them doing something at Queens, too.

  12. Andy Murray has a hip problem.

    RT Stuart Fraser (Tennis writer) ‏: ¤¤ Andy Murray not playing at Hurlingham today [Tuesday] “as his hip is a bit sore”. Still plans to play there on Friday.¤¤

  13. Andy Murray pulls out of Hurlingham exhibition match due to injury as his Wimbledon preparations take a blow
    The SW19 champion was due to take on Frenchman Lucas Pouille at the Aspall Tennis Classic
    BYNEIL MCLEMAN
    12:01, 27 JUN 2017
    UPDATED12:06, 27 JUN 2017
    Andy Murray has pulled out of a planned exhibition match at the Hurlingham Club in London on Tuesday to rest a sore hip.

    The Wimbledon champion lost his first grass-court match of the season at Queen’s Club last week.

    The world No 1 wanted more match practice on grass before the defence of his title and agreed to play Frenchman Lucas Pouille at the Aspall Tennis Classic.

    But with heavy rain forecast, the Scot has today announced he will not as play as a precaution because of his hip but he is still scheduled to play at Hurlingham on Friday.

    The seeds for The Championships will be announced on Wednesday with the draw on Friday and play starting next week.

    Meanwhile, Murray and other top stars have lost their fear factor going into Wimbledon, Annabel Croft has claimed.

    Scot Murray has already racked up the same number of defeats this year as in the whole of 2016.

    Former British No.1 Croft, now a TV analyst for Eurosport, said: “One of the players said to me that a lot of the guys now feel they can beat the top guys.

    “Everything has changed. They no longer feel scared playing them, because there have been more losses.

    “Before they’d be quaking, thinking, ‘I hope I don’t get buried out here!’ and, ‘I don’t want to make a fool of myself’. But now there are more players who feel before they go out that they have a shot.

    “It feels like the next generation are coming together a bit more.”

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/tennis/andy-murray-pulls-out-hurlingham-10695849

    • Really? Fedal still going strong, and Rafa on clay still instill fear in his opponents the way he played. It’s Murray and Djoko who are not what they used to be but who can be sure they’ll remain that way?

      At the slams, the young gen guys are not there yet, only Khachanov managed to reach the fourth round (at FO). Thiem and Demi reached the SF, both beaten by Rafa. The slam titlists and slam finalists were still the old guards. It seems to me nothing has changed.

      • That’s not good news for Murray. He already had the tear in the elbow and shingles.

        As far as what was said about the top guys not instilling fear, that only applies to Murray and Novak who have been slumping this year. Rafa and Fed are going strong!

        Don’t tell me that the other guys aren’t afraid to face Fedal!

  14. A.Murray has still a hip problem.

    RT Stuart Fraser (Tennis writer) ‏:¤¤ BREAKING: Andy Murray pulls out of the [exhibition] match at Hurlingham tomorrow [Friday].
    “My hip is still sore and I need to rest it today and likely tomorrow.”¤¤

  15. ESPN, June 30, 2017:
    ¤¤ Andy Murray struggled through two practice sessions at Wimbledon on Friday but said he still plans to play his first round match despite a niggling hip injury.
    Murray has pulled out of two exhibition matches at the Hurlingham Club this week and while emerging unscathed from around three hours of practice at the All England Club, he looked in some discomfort.
    The world No. 1 was hitting and serving smoothly but in between rallies limped, grimaced and occasionally bent over in apparent pain.

    After completing a second session at Aorangi Park, Murray added: “The session was good. I’m feeling OK.” ¤¤

    Read more:

    http://www.espn.com/tennis/story/_/id/19775916/andy-murray-struggles-ahead-wimbledon-2017-opener

  16. It seems that Murray is injury prone this season, perhaps the mileage is piling up on his body and so it’s starting to break down. I think that five sets match vs Stan at the FO had done much harm to his hips.

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