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Andy and Jamie Murray win doubles to keep Davis Cup hopes alive

Great Britain's Andy Murray and Jamie Murray celebrate winning their doubles match against Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro and Leonardo Mayer

British tennis is not all about Andy Murray, even though he is never far from the eye of the storm. Against Argentina in Glasgow on Saturday afternoon, it was Jamie who took the tiller to guide Great Britain to safer waters through a sudden-death doubles four-setter in this enthralling Davis Cup semi-final.

Stan Wawrinka to face Djokovic in US Open final after win over Kei Nishikori

Tennis: U.S. Open

When Stan Wawrinka won his first major title at the 2014 Australian Open against an injury hampered Rafael Nadal to become the oldest first-time grand slam champion in 13 years, it might have been written off as a fluke. When he backed it up at last year’s French Open, the veteran baseliner’s place among the finest big-match players of his generation was beyond dispute.

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Venus Williams rolls back the years to beat Yaroslava Shvedova at Wimbledon

It is 19 years since Venus Williams first played at Wimbledon, an opening step on the path to what has been an incredible career. Almost two decades on, the 36-year-old is back in the semi-finals here for the first time in seven years, an achievement which in many ways is every bit as good as any of the five titles she has pocketed here along the way.

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Nick Kyrgios and Andy Murray: the bromance capable of saving a career

It was a three-word tweet which spoke volumes. No sooner had Andy Murray completed his remarkable ascension to the top of men’s tennis, Nick Kyrgios paid homage on social media. “U the man” wrote the Australian before posting a picture of him rubbing Murray’s head. A heartwarming tennis “bromance” for the ages.

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Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Japan's Kei Nishikori after their semi final math

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray book finals shootout for No1 spot

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic meet for the 35th time on Sunday in a match loaded with more significance than even some of their many contests for majors: the championship of each other, as someone once described the trilogy of world heavyweight title fights between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.