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17:28, 23 JUN 2014
Wimbledon 2014: Andy Murray off to perfect start in defence of title
Last year's winner returns to SW19 and navigates first-round clash with ease
Wimbledon tennis to be broadcast for shoppers at London Designer Outlet in Wembley
Customers at shopping centre can see court action broadcast live from SW19
Free tennis coaching in Osterley this weekend
Warm up for Wimbledon by getting some free coaching at Thistleworth Tennis Club this Sunday, June 22
In pictures: Aegon Championships 2014
Re-live all of the the week's action from Queen's Club with our gallery
Aegon Championships day five: Chelsea keeper Petr Cech watches pal Stepanek secure semi-final spot
Czech causes another upset by beating seventh seed Kevin Anderson
Aegon Championships day four: Defending champion Murray crashes out
Brit stunned in straight sets by 15th seed Radek Stepanek
Aegon Championships day three: Murray cruises to easy win while Wawrinka gifted pass to next round
Amelie Mauresmo watches on as Brit beats Mathieu in striaght sets
Aegon Championships day one: Evans and Ward advance at Queen's
British duo join Murray in second round at West Kensington-based club
Andy Murray leads star-studded line-up at Queen's
Aegon Championships gets underway in West Kensington this afternoon
Watch a summer of sport for free in Hammersmith's Lyric Square
Once again HammersmithLondon Business Improvement District (BID) is providing a bumper summer of cultural delights and sporting thrills as part of its FREE annual Summer Festival.
Inspired by Murray's French Open exploits? Try clay courts in Isleworth for free
St Mary's Tennis Club, in Musgrave Road, is offering you the chance to play for free during the tournament in Paris
Duo to join Andy Murray in Hurlingham
Nishikori and Dimitrov added to BNP Paribas Tennis Classic to warm-up for Wimbledon
Wimbledon winner Andy Murray to play a tournament in Fulham
Scottish tennis ace Andy Murray is set to light up Hurlingham Club in Fulham when he joins the line-up this summer
The Anglo-German union hoping to inspire a clay revolution
St Mary's Tennis Club in Isleworth has teamed up with a leading clay court centre in Germany in a bid to get more Brits playing on the red stuff
Smith beats ex-champion to join them on the honours board
Martin Smith earned his crown the hard way by beating twice former winner Chris Twiss in a thrilling three-set final
Feltham teenager follows in Andy Murray's footsteps
FELTHAM tennis starlet Enrique Vidal has been crowned U16s boys champion at the Aegon British Junior National Championships.
If you build it, maybe Murray will come...
A COMMUNITY stalwart in Hayes has set his sights on a new tennis court for children, with dreams of Wimbledon hero Andy Murray hitting the first ball there.
Longhurst's Long Walk: A tale of woe
IT’S excuses time this week I’m afraid.
SOS to Murray for grass courts in peril
GRASS tennis courts where new Wimbledon champion Andy Murray made his first steps on the road to glory are under threat of becoming football pitches instead.
Harrow performer carries Andy Murray's Wimbledon trophy
A MUSIC and theatre performer from Harrow took to centre court during the Wimbledon final, after being asked to carry Andy Murray's trophy.
Finding the new Andy Murray
ANDY MURRAY ended the long wait for a British Wimbledon men’s champion – but the next winner might come around sooner if Harrow’s performance at the London Youth Games is anything to go by.
A packed Lyric Square cheers on Andy Murray
WHERE were you when Andy Murray won Wimbledon? For nearly 1,000 people that answer will be Hammersmith.
Ending three Wimbledon generations of hurt, frustration and blighted hopes
It may have been 77 years since the Centre Court crowd crowned the last British male tennis champion when Fred Perry triumphed in 1936 but it is only three years since the burghers of Pitshangar celebrated the event by unveiling a blue plaque on the house where Fred and his parents lived in the 1920s.
Wimbledon ladies finalists not top of the popularity stakes
Tomorrow's Wimbledon Ladies Final will be fought out between two of the least popular members of the locker room after Sabine Lisicki and Marion Bartoli won their big matches on Centre Court yesterday.