BRAD GILBERT: How will Andy Murray feel on Monday trying to receive the fearsome serve of Ivo Karlovic? I would say the best thing to compare it to is being a goaltender in ice hockey.
Andy Murray admits he needs to cut out his 'little dips' during matches as the Scot prepares to do battle with big-serving Ivo Karlovic in the Wimbledon fourth round
Wimbledon heads into its second week with John McEnroe predicting glory for Andy Murray. Asked who he would back in a final between Murray and Novak Djokovic, McEnroe said: ‘I pick Andy.'
Following the traditional Sunday rest day, Wimbledon is back with a bang for day seven on Monday as Andy Murray returns to Centre Court against Croatian Ivo Karlovic
STUART FRASER: Communication between the competitor and their team members is something we are well accustomed to in sport. The same, however, does not apply in tennis.
MIKE DICKSON: Tennis talk should be about the technical brilliance of the players, their breathtaking athleticism, and about who manages to hold their nerve in the ‘clutch’ moments of matches.
Wimbledon showman Nick Kyrgios has reaffirmed his commitment to playing for his country in the Davis Cup after a political row threatened to rip apart Australian tennis.
The man who had the plan is unlikely to be there, but the coach and lover with the restorative touch will be front and centre for this latest duel between two remarkable sisters.
For a man with a permanent residence on Centre Court and seven Wimbledon titles to his name, Roger Federer has done rather well to pass so smoothly under the radar at these Championships.
Belinda Bencic has long been used to being branded ‘the new Martina Hingis’. The similarities between the pupil and mentor are there. Bencic is from Switzerland and is also of Slovakian descent.
Andy Murray believes the roaring home crowd at Wimbledon can make all the difference as he bids to clinch a second men's singles title at the All England Club.
Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova have been putting the finishing touches to their preparations for their matches in Wimbledon's fourth round on Monday.
Andy Murray can combat big hitting Ivo Karlovic's serve and reach his eighth consecutive quarter-final at Wimbledon and keep hopes of a second SW19 title alive says former British No 1 Tim Henman.
Wimbledon 2015 will produce a second-week thriller. The title is up for grabs for several top ATP contenders, including Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic and Nick Kyrgios. Who will be the only one...Show More Summary
This could go any of 10 ways between on one end a knock-down big-hitter between the two powerhouses, or on the other end a chokefest between Venus who doesn't want to ruin sister Serena's shot at a Grand Slam, to Serena choking it while Venus is trying to hand it to her.
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