Andy Murray has revealed he would like to swap the tennis court for the golf course when he eventually calls time on his career.
Cameron Norrie and Joe Salisbury confirm participation in Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England tennis event at P&J Live
British number two Cameron Norrie has confirmed his participation in the Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live later in the year.
Andy Murray will head home for tests on his latest “demoralising” injury but hopes it is not an indication his body can no longer cope with the demands of professional tennis.
Andy Murray has been dealt another injury blow with a groin problem prompting him to withdraw from the Miami Open.
Greg Rusedski wants to see the rising names on the men’s tour seize their opportunity at a depleted Miami Open.
Extra tickets are being released for this year’s Battle of the Brits match when Scotland will take on England in Aberdeen.
There was nothing unusual about the Wednesday morning in March 1996 when I headed into work at the Scotsman building in Edinburgh city centre.
Andy Murray will not play in next week’s Dubai Tennis Championships after his wife Kim Sears gave birth to their fourth child.
The All England Club has confirmed that staying in official hotels will be a “mandatory requirement” for all players competing at this year’s Wimbledon Championships.
Andy Murray admitted he came up short when it mattered after slipping to defeat to world number eight Andrey Rublev.
Andy Murray bowed out of the AMRO World Tennis Tournament in straight sets to Russian world number eight Andrey Rublev.
Andy Murray will take on world number eight Andrey Rublev in the second round of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Andy Murray said it felt like he was playing for his career after fighting back to beat Robin Haase at the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Jamie Murray says ‘really excited’ top tennis players jumped at chance to compete in Scotland v England event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live
Jamie Murray says Britain's top men's tennis players jumped at the opportunity to take part in his Battle of the Brits - Scotland v England event at Aberdeen's P&J Live.
Scottish tennis stars Andy and Jamie Murray to play in Battle of the Brits event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live
Scottish tennis superstar Sir Andy Murray will take to the court in Aberdeen later this year.
Andy Murray’s first ATP Tour appearance of 2021 ended in defeat to world number 83 Egor Gerasimov at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier.
Andy Murray has revealed he could not bring himself to watch the Australian Open and unfollowed other players on social media after being forced to miss the event.
Andy Murray has pulled out of this week’s ATP Challenger Tour event in Italy.
Tim Henman believes Andy Murray is heading in the right direction but admitted the grand slams may prove a step too far.
Number one seed Andy Murray went down in straight sets to Illya Marchenko in the final of the ATP Challenger Tour tournament in Biella.
Andy Murray continued his comeback on the ATP Challenger Tour with a straight-sets semi-final win over France’s Mathias Bourgue in Biella.
Andy Murray reached the semi-finals of the ATP Biella Challenger Tour event with a straight sets win over Slovenia’s Blaz Rola.
Andy Murray marked his first competitive action since October with a three-set victory over Germany’s Maximilian Marterer in a Challenger Tour event in Italy.
Jamie Murray has defended the Covid-19 protocols at the National Tennis Centre after criticism from brother Andy, whose positive test forced him to miss the Australian Open.
Andy Murray has blamed lax coronavirus protocols at the Lawn Tennis Association’s flagship National Tennis Centre for the positive test that forced him to miss the Australian Open.
Andy Murray has offered advice to recreational tennis players on how to stay fit for the sport during lockdown.
Andy Murray will miss the Australian Open having failed to find a "workable quarantine" after he recovered from coronavirus.
Andy Murray will miss the Australian Open having failed to find a “workable quarantine” after he recovered from coronavirus.
Forty-seven players competing in the Australian Open, including Britain’s Heather Watson, will be forced to remain in their hotel rooms for 14 days following three positive Covid-19 tests.
Andy Murray’s participation at the Australian Open is in doubt after he tested positive for coronavirus.