Scot puts up brave performance but cannot live with the consistent intensity of world number one
Federer comeback fails at the last but Swiss legend vows to return in search of an eighth title
A straight sets defeat for Andy Murray, and 37 unforced errors, ended his title defence
Murray Mound has already been changed back to Henman Hill: it was always Tim they really loved
Challengers to the dominance of the Big Four finally begin to emerge at Wimbledon
Former champion rounds on officials after clampdown on kit has unexpected consequences
Should you bet on Andy Murray do it again? At 4-1, they're not bad odds
The Wimbledon champion will become the one of the first senior male players to work with a female coach
Murray wins first two sets against Monfils, then loses fourth 6-1 but takes the fifth 6-0
'The problem is mine,' says Northern Irishman as he confesses he is not ready for marriage
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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