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Andy Murray’s Wimbledon win is a moment of jubilation for Britain

July 10, 2013 1:00 pm0 comments
Andy Murray’s Wimbledon win is a moment of jubilation for Britain

Andy Murray ’s win over Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon men’s final ended what had been Britain’s 77-year drought in the competition. The actual game though, was a bit more straightforward than many had expected – or wished for, for that matter. Murray needed only 3 sets to defeat Djokovic, […]

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Andy Murray’s Inner Game of Tennis

July 9, 2013 11:00 am3 comments
Andy Murray’s Inner Game of Tennis

The following article was originally published exactly one year before Andy Murray’s Wimbledon victory. An interesting comparison to the Murray of previous years to the now British champion. In 1974 Timothy Gallwey finished writing a book called The Inner Game of Tennis. Both publisher and author had limited expectations. They […]

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Andy Murray: Brit wins Wimbledon – and why the Brits should ‘own’ it

July 8, 2013 10:39 am0 comments
Andy Murray: Brit wins Wimbledon – and why the Brits should ‘own’ it

It has been seventy-seven years since our last win on our own turf in a sport that our weather barely supports. Luckily, the sun shone on us this year in more ways than one. The golden child of Dunblane, Andy Murray, takes home the magnificent cup, after an incredibly tense […]

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Does Andy Murray No Longer Have To Carry British Tennis Alone?

January 17, 2013 3:13 pm0 comments
Does Andy Murray No Longer Have To Carry British Tennis Alone?

Fresh from his extraordinary exploits in 2012, Andy Murray has begun his 2013 Australian Open campaign in convincing style. Having removed the Grand-Slam-shaped monkey from his back, expectations grow that Andy can claim the Holy Grail of British tennis and win Wimbledon. However, he may finally get some help along […]

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Scottish Success Snatched by a Swiss: Federer Beats Murray in Exciting Wimbledon Final

July 9, 2012 3:10 pm0 comments
Scottish Success Snatched by a Swiss: Federer Beats Murray in Exciting Wimbledon Final

25-year-old Andy Murray was aiming to be the first British man in seventy-six years to win a major singles trophy since Fred Perry way back in 1936. However, facing six-time winner Roger Federer on Centre Court was always going to be a tough feat and the Swiss stepped up to […]

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