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Murray To Be Honored In Scotland

Andy Murray will be receiving more home recognition after his historic summer Wimbledon title, with the Scot set to be handed the freedom of the city of Stirling. Mother Judy Murray revealed that the ceremony is likely to take place next April as she received an honorary degree from the University of Stirling.

 

 

Haase Had High Levels Of Testosterone

Dutchman Robin Haase has admitted that an anti-doping test carried out in 2006 revealed that he has abnormally high levels of testosterone, but in a letter he received from the ATP, they said it the abnormal level could very well be natural.

 

 

 

Nadal Is Worst Offender Of Slow Play On Court

Rafael Nadal tops the ATP lists in more ways than one, with the notoriously touchy top player in the world also the worst offender when it comes to warnings for slow play. Nadal was cautioned a table-topping 30 times during the season as his increasing string of rituals and tics lengthens the time between the end of a point and the start of his serve.

 

Hutchins Preparing To Return To The Tour

Nearly a year after being diagnosed with cancer, British doubles player Ross Hutchins is almost ready to return to the ATP World Tour.  And he will be fit enough to take his place at the Australian Open alongside long-time partner Colin Fleming.

 

 

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