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Jamie Murray best doubles player in the world says British Davis Cup Captain Leon Smith after Australian Open triumph 

Jamie Murray will arrive back at his Wimbledon home not exactly fresh from his Australian Open triumph, but basking in his status as the world's number two player. Yet that may not accurately

VIDEO: How Fifa game gave Akinfenwa cult status

AFC Wimbledon's Adebayo Akinfenwa talks about how the Fifa football game has had a big impact on his career and what he thinks about being referred to as the "fat Eddie Murphy".

VIDEO: Gullit recalls 1997 FA Cup win

Ruud Gullit recalls 1997 when he managed Chelsea to an FA Cup win after beating Wimbledon in the semi-final and Middlesbrough at Wembley in the final.

Johanna Konta has transformed from journeywoman of the game to a formidable force

MARTHA KELNER: Johanna Konta will bid to become the first British woman to reach a Grand Slam final since Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977, almost 39 years ago.

Wimbledon bosses rule out betting sponsor like Australian Open after Andy Murray remarks and deny match-fixing cover up

Senior figures at Wimbledon have ruled out ever taking on a betting company as sponsor while denying they were aware of matches ever having been fixed at the tournament.

Wimbledon chief Philip Brook arrives at Australian Open to discuss tennis match-fixing allegations 

Wimbledon Chairman Philip Brook has flown into the Australian Open to join discussions about tennis’s approach towards match fixing with the sport’s powerbrokers.

Richard Bloomfield stunned by Wimbledon match-fixing storm: ‘I have had no involvement whatsoever' 

SAM CUNNINGHAM: The British tennis player who played in a Wimbledon match which has come under scrutiny for alleged fixing has denied any wrongdoing.

Inside the superstitious mind of a tennis player

From Borg's no-shave rule at Wimbledon to Nadal's bottle placement on-court, why are some players obsessed with rituals?

Roger Federer demands match-fixers be named as Wimbledon deny cover-up

MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Roger Federer has demanded to know the names of the players allegedly involved in the match-fixing scandal that has engulfed tennis.

Tennis Match-Fixing Scandal: Bombshell Report Alleges Widespread Match-Fixing by Top Players at Major Events

According to a joint investigation by the BBC and BuzzFeed UK, tennis has been plagued by widespread match-fixing from top players at top events, including Wimbledon, for years. However, authorities with the Association of Tennis Professionals have done little to stop it. Going back to 2008, the report focuses on a core group of 16 […]

For the ‘Love’ of the Game? Suspicions Grow Over Corruption Charges at Wimbledon

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Several international news sources are continuing focused coverage on an emerging corruption story that threatens the integrity of not only the game of professional tennis, but also the most hallowed name in the game: Wimbledon.

The Tennis Racket

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Betting worth billions. Elite players. Violent threats. Covert messages with Sicilian gamblers. And suspicious matches at Wimbledon. Leaked files expose match-fixing evidence that tennis authorities have kept secret for years. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Q&A: Double Wimbledon Champ Petra Kvitova On Beating Serena, The Australian Open And Her Fiance

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova talks to Forbes about beating Serena Williams, getting engaged and the Australian Open, where she has struggled in the past.

Andy Murray delighted to be reunited with Amelie Mauresmo and insists baby talk won't distract him during Australian Open

The Australian Open, beginning on Monday, will see them in tandem at a big tournament for the first time since Wimbledon, where Mauresmo was heavily pregnant before giving birth in August.

Eugenie Bouchard heading to Australian Open with 'zero expectations'

Following a breakout year in 2014, the Canadian tumbled out of the top 10 with first round exits at the French Open and Wimbledon before a slip at the US Open left her concussed.

Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams crowned world champions by ITF

Djokovic ended the year as men's world number one for the fourth time after taking three majors - the Australian, Wimbledon and US Open. Williams also narrowly missed a calendar-year grand slam.

Serena Williams And Novak Djokovic Crowned 2015 ITF World Champions

LONDON -- Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been named ITF World Champions for 2015, after both players won three Grand Slam titles this year. Djokovic won the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, amassing a career-best...Show More Summary

Andy Murray set to land £1.5m Jaguar deal but British tennis must also cash in on SPOTY champion's ascending popularity

The prestige car manufacturer, who already sponsor Wimbledon, have been in negotiations with the world No 2 in recent months and an arrangement is expected to be formalised shortly.

Newport County 2-2 AFC Wimbledon

Lyle Taylor scores twice as AFC Wimbledon recover from a two-goal deficit to claim a valuable point at Newport County.

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