Jul 7, 2012
How I discovered Andy Murray
An unbidden tip-off a decade ago brought surprising news. It was from a top agent who for years had been answering my question about emerging British tennis talent by swivelling his eyes as if accosted by a bothersome drunk.
Marray's spirit topples Parmar
There is nothing pretentious about Jonny Marray, whose profile is as low as his world ranking of 883.
Delgado exits after earning Agassi's respect
Andre Agassi, although in denial still about Bill Clinton's grim reaper impersonation beside his court at the French Open, made it clear yesterday that he is fully aware of the likelihood of upsets at major tournaments.
Delgado dreams of his day of atonement
For Jamie Delgado the very name of the Davis Cup is enough to induce shudders, nightmares, that sort of unpleasantness which can afflict an athlete who has performed poorly on a big occasion.