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    ANDY MURRAY says Roger Federer’s finale on Friday has made him think about his own retirement plans — and how to go out on a high. More than 24 years after he made his debut, Swiss maestro Fed signs off by partnering his great rival Rafa Nadal in the Laver Cup doubles. 4Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer take selfie together on their way to the Laver Cup GalaCredit: Instagram / @rogerfederer 4The tennis greats are reunited for one last tournament before icon Federer's retirementCredit: Getty There will be a packed house at The O2 in London as they face US duo Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock. Federer’s Team Europe team-mate Murray, 35, has fought on despite hip surgery in 2019. But he said: “As you get older as athletes, and with some of the physical issues, you do think about if or when should you stop, when is the right moment and how would you like it to be. “It’s impossible to know. But this, to me, it feels right. READ MORE TENNIS NEWSNO DJOKE Federer vs...
    ANDY MURRAY has revealed he wants to coach Emma Raducanu after he retires from playing tennis. The British star is competing in an ATP 250 event in Newport, Rhode Island this week, but has one eye on the future. 6Andy Murray would like to work with Emma RaducanuCredit: Getty 6Murray, 35, has been playing in Newport, Rhode Island this weekCredit: AP 6Raducanu, 19, reached round two of WimbledonCredit: AP Murray, 35, will climb back into the world's top 50 next week after wins over Sam Querrey and Max Purcell - but he accepts that he has entered the twilight of his career. He said: "You never know how close you are to the end but I’m aware I’m getting towards the end of my career. "So I want to make the most of every match in every tournament I get to play." Asked about a possible move into coaching, Murray revealed the four players he would love to work with after he hangs up his racquet. Read More Tennis StoriesNET GAIN Raducanu urged to speak to Sharapova on juggling tennis...
    SINCE the Eighties, Bill Murray has been one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars, loved by critics and film fans alike. But cracks have begun to form in his amiable reputation, with increasing reports about misbehaviour and “difficult” encounters on set. 5The Golden Globe winner, who is known for playing affable characters but was dubbed 'the Murricane' for his mood swingsCredit: Getty 5Bill in the 2021 sequel to GhostbustersCredit: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 5Bill alongside Scarlett Johansson in Lost In TranslationCredit: Alamy Last week it looked like his antics might finally have caught up with him when production on his latest movie, Being Mortal, came to a halt after an actress accused Murray of misconduct during filming. The Golden Globe winner, who is known for playing affable characters but was dubbed “the Murricane” for his mood swings, was forced to apologise. In doing so, he blamed changing tastes in comedy for the trouble he found himself in. While refusing to reveal the “joke” that landed him in hot water, Murray surprised viewers with a lengthy outpouring on America’s CNBC channel on...
    ANDY MURRAY says Novak Djokovic's absence from Grand Slams can only be bad for tennis - but that the Serb has to accept the 'consequences' of his anti-vaccine stance. Djok's participation in the sport's biggest events remains in doubt after he was kicked out of Australia - and therefore the Australian Open - for his failure to adhere to the country's mandatory Covid vaccination rules. 2Novak Djokovic returned to tennis action this week in DubaiCredit: AFP 2Andy Murray beat Aussie Christopher O'Connell to progress in DubaiCredit: Reuters A month after after it all cut up rough Down Under, Djok was back in competitive tennis action again on Monday with a 6-3 6-3 win over Italy's Lorenzo Musetti at the Dubai Tennis Championships. The world No 1, who revealed he was welcomed back by most players, will face Russia's Karen Khachanov in the last 16. But warm welcome in the Middle East or not, he will not be able to enter two more significant tournaments in America next month. The 20-time Grand Slam also recently admitted he would be willing to...
    Polling was so off-base for the New Jersey governor's race that one prominent pollster is questioning whether political horserace polling should continue.  Monmouth University Poll director Patrick Murray wrote a column Thursday for NJ.com that started out with the phrase: 'I blew it.'  'The final Monmouth University Poll margin did not provide an accurate picture of the state of the governor's race,' Murray said. 'So, if you are a Republican who believes the polls cost Ciattarelli an upset victory or a Democrat who feels we lulled your base into complacency, feel free to vent. I hear you.' New Jersey's incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy was re-elected, but the race was much closer than pollsters predicted. Monmouth University Poll director Patrick Murray wrote a column Thursday saying, 'I blew it'  Republican Jack Ciattarelli came within 2.3 points of taking out incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy. However Monmouth's final poll suggested he would lose by double-digits  The final Monmouth survey had Democratic incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy running 11 points ahead of Republican Jack Ciattarelli.  Other late-in-the-race polls, including Trafalgar Group and Fairleigh Dickinson University also showed...
    Andy Murray revealed that his wedding ring eventually turned up in 'lost and found' at his hotel after he was about to get the police involved.  The three-time grand slam winner, 34, is in California for the Indian Wells tournament, where he was granted a wildcard to compete. But disaster struck on his latest US trip when his ring - attached to his 'smelly' tennis shoes - were stolen following his own 'terrible idea' to leave them under his car to dry out overnight, leaving him in the doghouse back in the UK.  Andy Murray revealed his lost wedding ring turned up at his hotel's lost and found The ring was secured to his shoes once again in his first round match of the Indian Wells But following his social media appeal and a massive effort from his fans, he has now had his belongings returned.  Then Murray was also reunited with his best tennis as he beat Adrian Mannarino in the first round in the Californian desert. Murray explained: 'So basically the day after we realised they were, let's say, misplaced...
    BIG SOFTY Oscar Otte admits he CRIED when he watched Andy Murray’s awe-inspiring comeback documentary. Muzza was the subject of an Amazon Prime Video film called Resurfacing, which was released in November 2019 and graphically charted his rehab from a career-saving hip op. 5Andy Murray's Resurfacing documentary tracked his recovery from hip surgeryCredit: Amazon Prime Video 5Oscar Otte beat Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-7 13-12 to set up a second-round date with MurrayCredit: Getty The Scot’s second-round opponent on Wednesday will be German Otte, who beat Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-7 13-12 in a match that started on Monday. The world No151 is a huge fan of the two-time Wimbledon winner and was left in an emotional state by the story of Murray’s return to top-class tennis. The pair will meet third up on Centre Court and Otte, 27, said: “Of course Andy is huge in tennis. “When I watched his documentary when it came out, actually, I was crying. It was so emotional and so inspiring. “I’m probably talking for other players, too. He’s just...
    ANDY MURRAY is relishing a Centre Court comeback on Monday after admitting previous Wimbledon experiences had left him anxious and stressed. Muzza has carried the weight of the nation’s tennis hopes on his broad shoulders for about 15 years but has rewarded the British public with two amazing triumphs – in 2013 and 2016. 6Andy Murray is delighted to be back at Wimbledon this year and raring to goCredit: Reuters 6Murray won the Wimbledon singles crown in 2013 and 2016Credit: PA The Scot will play on Wimbledon’s premier court when he returns after a four-year singles absence against Georgian No24 seed Nikoloz Basilashvili. Yet he was in a reflective and candid mood today ahead of the Covid-hit Wimbledon, revealing that he had not always enjoyed the opportunity to play on the best tennis arena in the world. Murray, 34, said: “Playing tennis is deep-rooted. It’s been something that I’ve done my whole life. So, letting go of that obviously would be a difficult thing to do. “I also miss being on Centre Court. I miss the pressure of that. That’s...
    ANDY MURRAY is relishing a Centre Court comeback on Monday after admitting previous Wimbledon experiences had left him anxious and stressed. Muzza has carried the weight of the nation’s tennis hopes on his broad shoulders for about 15 years but has rewarded the British public with two amazing triumphs – in 2013 and 2016. Reuters 6 Andy Murray is delighted to be back at Wimbledon this year and raring to go PA 6 Murray won the Wimbledon singles crown in 2013 and 2016 The Scot will play on Wimbledon’s premier court when he returns after a four-year singles absence against Georgian No24 seed Nikoloz Basilashvili. Yet he was in a reflective and candid mood today ahead of the Covid-hit Wimbledon, revealing that he had not always enjoyed the opportunity to play on the best tennis arena in the world. Murray, 34, said: “Playing tennis is deep-rooted. It’s been something that I’ve done my whole life. So, letting go of that obviously would be a difficult thing to do. “I also miss being on Centre Court. I miss the...
    ANDY MURRAY said he has to “improve” significantly for Wimbledon after missing out on a Scotland v England clash and Queen’s British foursome. There will be no Pimm’s-fuelled Auld Enemy clash on Friday as Scotsman Muzza was defeated and out-aced 6-3 6-3 by Italian big-serving world No.9 Matteo Berrettini. 4Andy Murray was knocked out of Queen's by Matteo BerrettiniCredit: AP 4The Brit admits he needs to improve before WimbledonCredit: Getty This is his seventh ATP Tour singles tournament in a row since the 2019 Antwerp Open triumph where he has failed to reach the quarter-finals. Proud fist-pumping Brummie Dan Evans would have been waiting in the next round after his impressive 6-4 7-6 success over Adrian Mannarino from France. Indecisive Murray, 34, was left mulling over whether to play again before a long-awaited Centre Court reunion – even though he accepts he needs the matches following injury setbacks. Murray said: “I think obviously I need to improve. “I actually felt my movement was actually quite good for both of the matches. “I made some good moves on the court but...
    New surveillance video shows the horrific attack on Lady Gagas dog walker Residents of a Texas border city long felt overlooked. The storm made it worse. The Denver Nuggets found quite a way to lose on Thursday to the Washington Wizards. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Jamal Murray wanted that one back. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) Down 112-110 in the final seconds of the game, the Nuggets got a fortunate break when the ball was batted into the hands of Jamal Murray. The guard immediately broke for the opposite basket, and had a significant numerical advantage on his side. Michael Porter Jr. was streaking ahead of Bradley Beal, the Wizards' lone defender in transition. Facundo Campazzo and Monte Morris were both running alongside Murray. It should have been your basic 4-on-1 layup to tie the game. But Murray wanted more. He pulled up at the 3-point line, and the Nuggets all took their positions along the line as well. Once Beal moved to contest the shot, Murray passed to Campazzo, who missed the game-winning buzzer-beater. This Nuggets end of game...
    New surveillance video shows the horrific attack on Lady Gagas dog walker Messi, a Classico and an Olympico - what to watch in Europe this weekend The Denver Nuggets found quite a way to lose on Thursday to the Washington Wizards. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Jamal Murray wanted that one back. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) Down 112-110 in the final seconds of the game, the Nuggets got a fortunate break when the ball was batted into the hands of Jamal Murray. The guard immediately broke for the opposite basket, and had a significant numerical advantage on his side. Michael Porter Jr. was streaking ahead of Bradley Beal, the Wizards' lone defender in transition. Facundo Campazzo and Monte Morris were both running alongside Murray. It should have been your basic 3-on-1 lay-up to tie the game. But Murray wanted more. He pulled up at the 3-point line, and the Nuggets all took their positions along the line as well. Once Beal moved to contest the shot, Murray passed to Campazzo, who missed the game-winning buzzer-beater. This Nuggets end of game...
    With two capable goaltenders and not a lot of cap space to operate in, Penguins GM Jim Rutherford has admitted he’ll be trading one. The Pittsburgh Penguins are out of the Stanley Cup playoffs, surely earlier than they expected for the third year in a row. General manager Jim Rutherford has some decisions to spearhead, and he has acknowledged to Josh Yohe of The Athletic (subscription required) that he will have to trade one of his goaltenders. “We know that there’s a very, very good chance that we’re going to have to move one of them,” Rutherford told The Athletic’s Josh Yohe regarding goaltenders Matt Murray and Tristan Jarry. “There is already interest. And it looks like we’re going to have to move one of them.” Murray and Jarry split time nearly evenly in goal for the Penguins this season. Murray made 38 regular season starts, to 31 for Jarry, while Murray started three of four qualifying round games against Montreal. Jarry was slightly better during the regular season, with a .921 save percentage and a 2.43 goals against average (to a .899 save percentage and...
    World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji: Photos 8 Signs That It’s Time for You to Unretire Murray admits to rustiness ahead of ATP return (Reuters) - Andy Murray says he's feeling off the pace for his return to the ATP Tour this weekend but is hoping to hit his stride ahead of the U.S Open, which begins on Aug. 31. © Reuters/SUSANA VERA Davis Cup Finals Murray, 33, will face Frances Tiafoe in the opening round of the Western & Southern Open, which began this week in New York and serves as a warm-up event for players ahead of the U.S. Open. The Briton, a three-time tennis Grand Slam winner, has not played competitively since November due to hip problems but took part in exhibition events recently with the professional circuit shut. "I'm looking forward to be back competing. I've really enjoyed the last few days just practising with top players," he said in comments on the ATP website. "I've been practising with Dominic Thiem, Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov. Those guys don't hold back. It's a bit of a...
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