Andy Murray is Britain's last hope of a 2015 Wimbledon win after overcoming an apparent shoulder injury to beat Italy's Andreas Seppi.Read the full story ›
Andy Murray is successfully through the third round of Wimbledon after beating opponent Andreas Seppi three sets to one.
The British third seed won 6-2 6-2 1-6 6-1 against the Italian 25th seed.
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British tennis hopeful James Ward has crashed out of Wimbledon after losing to Canadian Vasek Pospisil.
The 28-year-old wildcard lost 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-8 in the third round of the tournament after a five set thriller on Number One court.
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Dustin Brown, who knocked Rafael Nadal out of Wimbledon, has crashed out of the tournament himself.
The German tennis player could not repeat his success as he was defeated by Viktor Troicki of Serbia in the third round.
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Britain's chances of a Wimbledon win will be on a knife edge later as Andy Murray seeks a place in the last 16.
Murray, who won the men's singles title in 2013 and is the bookies second favourite to claim it again, is up against Italy's Andreas Seppi in the third round.
He and world number 111 James Ward - who faces Canadian Vasek Pospisil today - are the only Britons remaining after Heather Watson was knocked out yesterday.
British number one Watson came within two points of eliminating 20-time grand slam winner Serena Williams with the backing of a passionate local crowd.
But she was left heartbroken when the American fought back to set up a Williams family tie with her older sister Venus in the next round.