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15:48, 27 SEP 2013
Matador Murray finally lances the bull
He kept us waiting for the best part of 207 minutes of high drama on Centre Court during which nails were bitten, ears assaulted by his language and hearts left fluttering by his sheer courage.
Now it's Manic Monday at Wimbledon
Manic Monday followed the current Wimbledon trend of shock results as the biggest of all Serena Williams was unceremoniously dumped out of the championships by the smiling, jolly German star Sabine Lisicki who is fast developing a love affair with the Centre Court crowd.
Robson's dramatic comeback thrills Wimbledon
Laura Robson's dramatic comeback from 1-6, 3-5 down against New Zealander Marina Erakovic was as thrilling and tense as any of Tim Henman's nailbiting Centre Court victories of the past decade.
Wimbledon's wounded Wednesday followed by torpid Thursday
The S.W.19 drama could not continue at Wednesday's frenetic pace and Torpid Thursday produced the usual diet of rain, frustration and easy matches for top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams.
Roger Federer a prime casualty on Wimbledon's 'wounded' Wednesday
It was Fed Ex day at Wimbledon's wild Wednesday yesterday as Roger Federer made his first Grand Slam departure in 36 tournaments prior to the quarter finals.
Laura Robson confounds the rankings
Laura Robson likes No 1 court at Wimbledon where she confounded LTA rankings by beating the world's tenth ranked player Maria Kirilenko yesterday 6-3, 6-4.
Nadal - the wobbler of Wimbledon
From being the Prince of Paris to the Wobbler of Wimbledon takes just under three hours - ask Rafael Nadal who was thumped out of the first round of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time in his ten years on the tennis tour in the first round of Wimbledon yesterday.
Murray says he's ready for Wimbledon after Hurlingham win
ANDY Murray will leave no stone unturned in his attempt to become the first Briton to win Wimbledon in 77 years – and that includes practising for both left and right handers.
Polished Andy Murray seals Queen's hat-trick
ANDY MURRAY recovered from a set down to land his third Queen's title - ultimately overpowering last year's winner, Marin Cilic, 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 in two and a half hours.
Andy Murray books himself in for another Queen's final
ANDY MURRAY will have a chance to clinch a third championship at Queen's after recovering from a set down to defeat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Hewitt rolls back the years to home in on two Queen's records
LLEYTON Hewitt moved a step nearer becoming the oldest player to win the title at Queen's by overcoming the much-fancied Juan Martin Del Potro in a stirring contest on day five of the Aegon Championships.
End of the road for Brit at Queen's, but Murray warming up
WILD CARD Dan Evans was brought down to earth on day four of the Aegon Championships, as 2009 US Open winner Juan Martin Del Potro put him to the sword.
Hillingdon teen to share court with Andy Murray
HILLINGDON’S Alex Chan admits his chance to share a court with US Open and Olympic champion Andy Murray at the ATP World Tour Finals cannot come quick enough.
London Fashion Week is Drawing Closer
With the Olympics, the Jubilee, and Andy Murray’s emotional journey to the final match of Wimbledon, 2012 is proving a great year to celebrate all of the things we love about our floating isle.
CPZ debate causes anger in Chiswick
A RIFT is bubbling up between opposing groups after a plan for restricted parking in the leafy streets surrounding an historic house was launched.
Olympic Feature: How Britain plundered gold at 1908 White City Games
Last week Britain's athletes achieved the country's best medal haul since 1908.
Wimbledon: Murray won the heart of a nation
He may have lost a tennis match but Andy Murray's heroic effort to win Wimbledon has at last won him a place in the hearts of the nation, even though his efforts over more than three and half hours led to a four set defeat by the greatest tennis player ever in Roger Federer.
Wimbledon: Naked power from Serena
An exhibition of naked power never before seen on a tennis court in a women's match propelled Serena Williams to the Wimbledon final yesterday, leaving her Belarussian opponent Victoria Azarenka shattered and querying whether she should really be the world's official number one player.
Blog 2: Breaking the first week barrier
Gazette reporter POPPY BRADBURY is set to race the first ever Ealing Half Marathon on September 30.
Wimbledon: Watch out for Heathermania
Heathermania is taking over Wimbledon as Guernsey-Born Heather Watson marched into the third round, the first British lady to do so for a decade.
Wimbledon: Historic five make round 2
For the first time in six years Britain has five players in the second round of Wimbledon - and it could so easily have been seven had both Laura Robson and Johanna Konta taken advantage of winning opportunities when losing narrowly to higher ranked players in three sets.
Wimbledon: A ray of sunshine for British tennis
On a day when the British summer relented sufficiently to permit a full day's play at Wimbledon, Heather Watson's magical 6-2, 6-1 win over higher ranked Czech Iveta Benesova was the ray of sunshine British tennis was so eagerly seeking.
Andy Murray's mum at Lammas Park this Sunday
TENNIS star Andy Murray's mum will be at Lammas Park Tennis Centre in Ealing on Sunday (June 24) to support an initiative getting London’s families active.
AEGON Championships day four: Tsonga bites the dust
WORLD number five Jo-Wilfried Tsonga became the latest seed to bite the dust at Queen’s Club this afternoon.