Reigning champion of Wimbledon, Andy Murray, has been knocked out of the tournament.
As an injury-afflicted Andy Murray prepares to enhance his playing legacy by winning a third Wimbledon crown, major progress has been made towards securing a wider legacy for tennis on the back of the unprecedented interest generated in the sport by the world number one’s achievements.
Sir Andy Murray is already one of the greatest sportsmen in British history, a feat made all the more incredible given his age.
A train of spectacular vintage vehicles weaved its way through Courier Country at the weekend during the Flying Scotsman rally’s glorious passage across some of the area’s most scenic roads.
No sooner had he clinched the year-end number one ranking than Andy Murray was turning his focus to holding onto it.
Andy Murray stood proudly on top of the tennis world after beating Novak Djokovic to win the ATP World Tour Finals and clinch the year-end world number one ranking.
You didn’t need to watch all four hours of the BBC documentary series on Scottish football to discover that the sport is mired in introspection, regret and nostalgia.
There was the customary Davis Cup guts from Andy Murray at the Emirates Arena, but on this occasion no Davis Cup glory.
Great Britain went down to a deciding match defeat in Glasgow, ending their dreams of holding on to their Davis Cup crown.
Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro really need to give each other some space.