Poor air quality caused by ongoing wildfires has forced one player to retire from her match and delays during qualifications at the Australian Open.
Aspiring politician John Bercow’s CV boasted of sticking it to the left-wing town hall councillors as he bid for his first job in Parliament, previously classified documents show.
Judy Murray says players and fans will “vote with their feet” when it comes to this week’s new-look Davis Cup.
The new-look Davis Cup finals began with a few hiccups but no disasters in Madrid on Monday.
Liverpool took a firm grip on the Premier League title race with a 3-1 home victory over champions Manchester City at Anfield. There was more top-flight VAR controversy this weekend and disappointment for England’s Lionesses before a record Wembley crowd. But the sporting weekend did see success for England’s men’s cricketers in New Zealand.
A major expansion of an Aberdeenshire sports facility will start next year, after planning permission was granted yesterday.
Work on the major expansion of an Aberdeenshire sports centre backed by tennis legend Judy Murray could start next year.
Former Wimbledon doubles winner, Jamie Murray, paid a visit to what has been described as one of the best courts on this planet.
After Novak Djokovic clinched his 16th grand slam in dramatic fashion, will he now surpass Roger Federer’s total of 20?
Novak Djokovic described his epic Wimbledon final victory over Roger Federer as the most mentally demanding match of his career.
Move over, Wimbledon, there is a new court in town.
In January, a tearful Andy Murray admitted fearing he would never play competitive tennis again due to a long-term hip injury.
Tennis players can now have a smashing time all year round in Badenoch and Strathspey following the completion of a £350,000 covered court.
Two Moray locals scooped national accolades at the Tennis Scotland Awards 2018.
Judy Murray has urged Sportscotland to speed up a decision on a funding application that could create four indoor tennis courts in Moray and deliver facilities to inspire Scotland’s next Andy Murray.
The words “Thank You Andy Murray” were emblazoned on the big screens at the Australian Open on Monday.
Andy Murray has lost the opening two sets of his first-round match at the Australian Open — in what could be his last ever appearance as a professional player.
Since putting British tennis back on the map, Andy Murray will go out a legend after revealing he plans to retire following Wimbledon this year.
Andy Murray has announced his intention to hang up his racket after this year’s Wimbledon. Watch his emotional press conference ahead of this month’s Australian Open above.
Back before he was a grand slam champion and world number one, Andy Murray competed at the Aberdeen Cup as a teenager
It's a long way from Wimbledon or Flushing Meadows, but way back in 2005 a teenage Andy Murray competed and claimed a major scalp in Aberdeen.
Since making his professional debut in 2005, Andy Murray has had an incredible journey to stardom.
Political campaigner who sold most ice cream in the Highlands and played tennis against Fred Perry dies aged 102
A political campaigner who once played tennis with Fred Perry during a rich and varied life has died at the age of 102.
There was something poignant and even heartbreaking about watching Andy Murray admit the clock was ticking on his career during his return to action in Australia this week.
As Wimbledon votes to introduce final set tiebreaks at 12-12, here’s a look at some marathon classics from down the years
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut's 11-hour Wimbledon marathon is a match that will never be forgotten by tennis fans.
Members of the care, learning and hounsing committee yesterday agreed to look at funding options for a brand new indoor tennis facility.
A four-court indoor tennis centre is being earmarked for Inverness - but not everyone wants it.
The newly refurbished Aboyne Tennis Centre serving up success according to committee members delighted by the number of tennis fans taking to its courts.
Dozens of youngsters had an ace time at a tennis lesson with a difference yesterday.
Midnight tennis-playing vandals have hit Thurso’s recently renovated tennis courts at Millbank.
Meryl Streep has won three Oscars in a glittering acting career, and a fourth would have surely been in the bag if the Academy recognised tennis matches as the blockbuster films they essentially are.
Scottish tennis has never enjoyed such a high profile.
As Scottish tennis fans rue the absence of Andy Murray from this year’s Wimbledon, one budding Aberdeenshire tennis star will be present at SW19.
We’ve just witnessed a remarkable weekend of sport.