It used to be the Brits who were desperate to find a new tennis star – now it's the Americans
Misunderstood Scot forced to back-track on wedding plans after tongue-in-cheek Q&A with fans
What you need to know about the new Australian Open tennis champion and friend of Federer
Did Federer's new approach or the effects of Murray’s back surgery make the difference in Melbourne?
The reigning Australian Open champion is knocked out in the quarter finals by unfancied Swiss
Wimbledon Champion reels off 23 straight points to see off French challenger Millot
Players in revolt over 42C heat, as temperature sorts the men from the boys
Organisers branded 'inhumane' as play continues at temperatures of 40C, what do other sports do?
Wimbledon champion unleashes powerful backhand to demolish Soeda on return from injury
A bad start to the Australian Open tennis is counterbalanced by the England women's cricket team
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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