Andy Murray will wait to see how his body responds to his first competitive match for 11 months before deciding whether to compete at Wimbledon.
Murray was beaten 2-6, 7-6 (7/4), 7-5 by Australia's N... Read more
Kyrgios decided to play through his injury due to patriarchal pressure from Hewitt in his box and still managed to win. Nick you're a legend! Leighton and many will never understand how you get all that effortless power. He's jealous probably... And I think Nick is mentally more normal than people like to give credit. You have to be masochistic or overly rude to keep up in a tennis match ... Especially against pushers like Andy
Roger_1il y a 1 heure
Lol Vish - maybe cos it's my language lol. I think you guys do great with your English as I have been told it's a very hard language to learn.
Wendymanciniil y a 1 heure
Really rankings don’t matter for Rafa at FO and Roger at Wimbledon. They could be ranked in the triple digits and still be favorites. When fully fit, they’re bloody invincible.
vishruth246il y a 4 heures
R♡GER ALL THE WAY!!! ♥️♥️♥️
vscholz66il y a 16 heures
Embarrassing French Open quarter final defeat? I wonder how many times the writer of this article has won a French Open quarter final in their life. Very silly to write it like that.
Nick Kyrgios overcame Andy Murray 6-2, 6-7, 5-7 in an extraordinary match on the Briton’s return to competitive action after injury at Queen’s Club• Murray defeated on return: read Kevin Mitchell’s re...