Pundits and fans are already discussing Murray's prospects of winning Wimbledon trophy for a second time but the Scot is not losing focusRead the full story ›
Andy Murray will spearhead holders Great Britain's bid to reach the Davis Cup semi-finals next week.
The Wimbledon title favourite has confirmed his availability for the last-eight tie against Serbia in Belgrade, which world number one Novak Djokovic has chosen to miss.
The Lawn Tennis Association named Murray in a squad that also contains Kyle Edmund, Jamie Murray, Dan Evans and Dominic Inglot, for the three-day tie beginning on Friday 15th July.
Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith said: "In making himself available for the tie, Andy has once again shown incredible commitment to his country and his proven Davis Cup record is second to none."
Andy Murray will face Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios in the last 16 on Monday as part of a bumper day of action for fans.Read the full story ›
Andy Murray ensured there was only one sensational upset on Saturday afternoon at Wimbledon as he saw off Australia's John Millman.Read the full story ›
Andy Murray has powered into the third round at Wimbledon with an increasingly comfortable 6-3 6-2 6-1 victory over Taiwan's Yen-Hsun Lu.
The British second seed lost his first service game of the match as Lu opened up a 3-1 lead but soon found his rhythm against the world number 76.
Murray will play unseeded Australian John Millman on Saturday to earn his spot in the second week as he looks to add to his 2013 title at SW19.
Andy Murray got his Wimbledon campaign off to the perfect start with a comfortable straight sets win over fellow Brit Liam Broady.Read the full story ›
No drama for Andy Murray on day two of Wimbledon as he takes the third set 6-4 at Centre Court to record a comfortable straight sets victory over fellow Brit Liam Broady.
Full report to follow.
A more spirited showing from Liam Broady, but Andy Murray has nevertheless taken the second set 6-3 in relative comfort on Centre Court and now leads 2-0.
So far, so good for the world No 2.
Andy Murray has taken the first set against Liam Broady at Wimbledon, breaking the world No 235 twice to triumph 6-2 inside 25 minutes on Centre Court.
Andy Murray will start his Wimbledon campaign against fellow Brit Liam Broady, who the Scot will face in the first round.Read the full story ›