ANDY MURRAY RUMORS & GOSSIP
LONDON (AP) After years of carefully avoiding taking a side on the issue, former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has signaled his support for Scottish independence.
Murray, who is Scottish, sent out a post on Twitter early Thursday, just hours ahead of the polls opening on the referendum to break away from the United Kingdom.
Murray indicated that negative campaigning by the anti...
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Andy Murray, 27, has fallen out of the Top 10 World Rankings for the first time in six years following Marin Cilic’s majestic US Open triumph in New York, NY.
Kei Nishikori - the US Open 2010 runner-up – and Cilic advance to eighth and ninth places respectively, pulling the talented Scot down into number eleven. Murray has a realistic shot to substantially build on his...
During the quarterfinals of the US Open on Wednesday night, Novak Djokovic, the tournament’s No.1 seed, was quite upset at himself while playing Andy Murray. Watch as Djokovic, who was frustrated with his play in the first-set, breaks his racquet on his chair.
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Andy Murray, folks...
https://t.co/nxSwpX921o— Live Tennis (@livetennis) September 1, 2014
Looks like someone has his swagger back. Andy Murray hit the kind of shot he's famous for against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Monday... that sort of shot that has you wondering HOW did he get to that?! Murray plays Novak Djokovic next and appears to be finding his form just in time. Can&...
By Dave Gertler
(August 6, 2014) TORONTO – Andy Murray has averted the potential threat coming from Nick Kyrgios at the Rogers Cup in Toronto on Wednesday. Back from his hiatus that commenced after he was ousted from the quarter-finals of Wimbledon, the world No. 9 appeared fresh and in rhythm, employing a mixture of rock-solid consistency and relentless pressure...
LONDON — Andy Murray’s reign as Wimbledon champion ended Wednesday with a straight-set loss in the quarterfinals to Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov, who appears to be making his breakthrough after years of being touted as the game’s next top player.
Dimitrov completely outplayed Murray on Centre Court, winning 6-1, 7-6 (4), 6-2 to reach his first Grand Slam semifinal.
Andy Murray has had a lot of success on the tennis court over the past couple of years. The British star won the US Open and a gold medal at the London Olympics in 2012 before taking home his first Wimbledon championship in 2013. But even with all that, Murray’s greatest recent achievement may have […]
If this tale by Andy Murray is any indication, one of his primary tennis rivals is quite the prankster -- and a lot funnier than many of us might have imagined.
In a recent interview, the reigning Wimbledon champ recounted the situation.
Murray was out having dinner with his girlfriend, and he committed one of the most common social misdemeanors of our time: He checked his phone...
Andy Murray is lined up to have surgery on a persistent back issue that will keep him out of action for the rest of 2013. The timing is great, as these things go, since he'll miss little of note besides the ATP World Tour Finals.
It also worked out well with the release of two video games to feed his well-documented gaming habit:
What to play first... pic.twitter.com/SXNumFbAtC...
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Just when you think Britain has done everything under the sun to celebrate Andy Murray's Wimbledon win, there's more.
The Guardian, totally slapping every young child's attempt to build something out of Legos right in the face, has re-created the seminal moments of Murray's victory with the popular building block toys. The result is pure art: