And it's fair to say a lot of fans are less than impressed.Read the full story ›
The world number 71 is glad, very glad, to be getting out of the All England Club.Read the full story ›
- Paire has had decent results at Wimbledon before, reaching the third round on his last two visits, but he has lost all three of his grass-court singles matches this season
- He was heading into doubles action on Wednesday, partnering Tomasz Bednarek against Aleksandr Nedovyesov and Dmitry Tursunov
Players normally fall over themselves to anoint Wimbledon as the most special tournament, but Benoit Paire told L'Equipe:
"I'm not at all sad to leave this place where the atmosphere displeases me greatly. Simply, I hate Wimbledon and I'm happy to leave as soon as possible."
France's Benoit Paire insisted he was happy after losing in the first round of Wimbledon because he hates the All England Club. The world number 71 was beaten in four sets on Tuesday by Lukas Rosol, who will now play Rafael Nadal.
If you were hoping to sip a nice cup of tea at Wimbledon while watching the tennis, you may have to re-think your plans. Organisers have banned tea flasks because of concerns about terrorism.
Any one heading into the All England Club will have their tea flask confiscated. It comes in response to the Boston bombings last year when a pressure cooker was used as a weapon. Speaking to The Telegraph, Caroline Fiennes, a philanthropy adviser said:
"I have always thought it rather delightful that one can take in food and drink. I’ve always taken a flask of tea but this year you can’t take them in, so I had to check mine in the left luggage before security — tea and all. Disaster."
Read more from ITV London: 'Oh my God' says woman whose dog was saved by Andy Murray
Judy Murray has spoken about the moment her son stopped traffic to rescue a dog on his way to train for Wimbledon. Andy Murray came to the rescue of the labradoodle at the weekend as it ran towards oncoming cars.
Judy Murray said to her son: "What you doing? You're on the way to Wimbledon and you're going to get run over."
Not surprisingly the dog's owner was shocked to see who had saved her precious labradoodle, adding: "Andy was sitting in the car and she just went, 'Oh my God'."
Speaking to BBC Radio Five Live earlier this week Andy Murray said:
"I met the owner and she was happy I'd picked it up. "The dog was pretty strong, I don't think it really wanted me to grab it by the collar and put it in the car but thankfully the dog was fine and it's all good."
Ross Hutchins is back at Wimbledon as a player. But for the last 18 months his main opponent has been off the court, a battle with cancer.Read the full story ›