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It's a girl! Andy Murray, wife Kim Sears welcome first child

Tennis pro Andy Murray can now add father to his list of accomplishments. The 2013 Wimbledom champion and his wife, Kim Sears, celebrated the birth of their first child this weekend. And it's a girl!"Andy and Kim had a daughter in the early hours of Sunday morning and the family are doing well," Murray's agent told BBC in a statement.Murray, 28, married longtime girlfriend Sears...
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Andy Murray becomes first-time father with birth of girl

LONDON (AP) Andy Murray has become a father for the first time after his wife, Kim Sears, gave birth to a girl. Murray's management company says Sears gave birth on Sunday, a week after the 28-year-old Scot lost the Australian Open final. No further details were provided. It means all top four players in the men's game are fathers with Murray now joining Novak Djokovic, Roger...
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Distracted Murray comes up short again in Melbourne

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Andy Murray had one thing on his mind as he walked off the court with the Australian Open runner-up trophy, yet again: Would he make his early-morning flight back to Britain to be with his wife Kim, who is about to give birth to their first child? Murray rushed into his post-match news conference, answered eight questions - very succinctly, for him - and...
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Novak Djokovic Tops Andy Murray, Wins Sixth Australian Open In Straight Sets

The Australian Open must be Novak Djokovic’s favorite Grand Slam tournament. The No. 1 men’s tennis player beat Andy Murray in straight sets (6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3)) Sunday to earn his sixth title in Melbourne, tying Roy Emerson’s record for most Australian Open wins. The win also represents Djokovic’s 11th Gram Slam victory. The No. 2 Murray probably doesn’t have the same...
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There’s Far More To Andy Murray’s Life Right Now Than Another Australian Open Finals Loss

Tennis, like sports as a whole, mirrors and reveals real things about the humans who play inside the lined rectangle. However, tennis is not life itself, at least not a representative version of it. ** There was Andy Murray, accepting the silver platter again. The two-time Grand Slam winner has seemed tortured at the Australian Open, and that fate remained in place on Sunday. Murray...
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Murray dodges birth recall ahead of Australian Open final

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Andy Murray has played through the Australian Open knowing that at any moment he would have to pull out and go to London for the birth of his first child. His wife Kim is not due until early February and there has been no sign of early labor. Hopefully it'll stay that way prior to Sunday's final when he faces Novak Djokovic, who has inflicted three of...
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Australian Open: Andy Murray Outlasts Milos Raonic In Marathon Semifinal

A recap of Andy Murray and Milos Raonic’s tense five-set semifinal, just as soon as Murray finishes sawing off the Commonwealth of Australia, Bugs Bunny style. Oh. — Jeff Donaldson (@jddtennis) January 29, 2016 Clearly, Murray was pumped about this one, and he had every right to be. Raonic took it to Murray for the better part of four sets, bludgeoning...
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Andy Murray Reaches Sixth Australian Open Semifinal Since 2010

Andy Murray has never won the Australian Open. He has claimed two of the other four Grand Slam tournaments–Wimbledon and the US Open–in his stellar career, but he has never lifted the champion’s trophy in Melbourne. Ironically, the Australian Open has been the Brit’s most successful major tournament overall in terms of wins, and with a victory in the quarterfinals, he is...
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Australian Open Day 6: Azarenka, Murray, Wawrinka advance; Muguruza meekly loses

Saturday’s action at the Australian Open was dwarfed the off-court happenings, as the tennis took a backseat to the health status of Nigel Sears, who is Ana Ivanovic’s coach and Andy Murray’s father-in-law. Even the relatively entertaining concluding hour of Ivanovic’s third-round match with Madison Keys match felt hollow in comparison to the regrettable drama that played...
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Andy Murray prepared to leave Australian Open early if baby comes

Andy Murray will leave the Australian Open early if his wife goes into labor prematurely.Kim Sears isn't expecting until mid-February, but Murray told the Daily Mail newspaper that he's prepared to withdraw from the first major of the year if she goes into labor early.''I'd go home. For sure, yes,'' Murray said in Wednesday's edition. ''I want to make sure at the beginning I am there...
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December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

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