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Queen's Club: Andy Murray says his injury return against Nick Kyrgios 'is not about winning'
Andy Murray says his long-awaited return from injury is "not about winning" as he prepares to play at Queen's Club on Tuesday.
Queen's 2018: Would technology temper the tennis outbursts?
After Johanna Konta's outburst on Sunday, BBC Sport asks whether technology would temper the outbursts in tennis.
Birmingham Classic: Karolina Pliskova beaten by Magdalena Rybarikova in first round
Third seed Karolina Pliskova is knocked out in the first round of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham by Magdalena Rybarikova.
Queen's Club 2018: Britain's Cameron Norrie loses to Stan Wawrinka
British number two Cameron Norrie is knocked out of the Fever-Tree Championships in straight sets by Stan Wawrinka.
Queen's Club 2018: Marin Cilic beats Fernando Verdasco in first round
World number six Marin Cilic beats Fernando Verdasco 6-3 6-4 to reach the second round of the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen's Club.
'I love playing tennis. I miss it a lot' - how Murray recovered from 'lowest point'
In his regular BBC Sport column, Andy Murray talks about the decision to have hip surgery in January and his long road to recovery.
Nature Valley Open: Angry Johanna Konta loses in Nottingham final
A furious Johanna Konta loses out to Australia's Ashleigh Barty in the final of the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham.
'New Scottish number one' Norrie happy to have Murray back
Cameron Norrie is happy to be considered 'Scotland's number one' as he welcomes compatriot Andy Murray back from injury.
Federer beats Raonic to win Stuttgart title on return
Roger Federer beats Milos Raonic to win the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart, his first event for two and a half months.
Dan Evans beaten by Alex de Minaur in Nature Valley Open in Nottingham
Britain's Dan Evans is beaten in the final of the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham by Australian teenager Alex de Minaur.
Andy Murray says winning more Grand Slam titles is 'still possible' after hip injury
Former world number one Andy Murray believes winning more Grand Slam titles is "still possible" as he prepares to come back after almost a year out with a hip injury.
Federer to return to world number one after reaching Mercedes Cup final
Roger Federer will regain the world number one spot after beating Nick Kyrgios to reach the Mercedes Cup final in Stuttgart.
Kyle Edmund deals with being British number one 'in his own way'
Kyle Edmund says he deals with being the British number one player "in his own way".
Becker claims diplomatic immunity
The tennis star, who was declared bankrupt in 2017, is a diplomat for the Central African Republic.
Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage
This week's sport on the BBC includes England World Cup group games and England's ODIs against Australia.
Queens Club 2018: Damir Dzumhur slides under the net mid-rally
Damir Dzumhur hits a spectacular drop shot sending him sliding under the net during his first-round match against Grigor Dimitrov at Queen's.
Andy Murray: Recent injury has been 'toughest part of my career'
Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray says spending almost a year out injured was the "toughest period" of his career.
'Open for all' - helping tennis grow in East Lothian
Lucy Bryden and members of the local community explain how she has been instrumental in helping more people play tennis at the Longniddry Tennis Club in East Lothian.
Zverev struggles to understand Yorkshire accent
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Serena Williams: Catsuit is 'my way of being a superhero'
Twenty-three-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams says she felt like a "superhero" in the black catsuit she wore at the French Open.
French Open: Marco Trungelliti's epic journey from Barcelona pays off
Argentina's Marco Trungelliti made a late dash from Barcelona to Paris to take on Bernard Tomic in the French Open & was rewarded as he beat the Australian to make it to round two.
Italian Open: Karolina Pliskova attacks umpire's chair after defeat
Former world number one Karolina Pliskova attacks the umpire's chair with her racquet following a controversial defeat by Maria Sakkari at the Italian Open.
French Open 2018: Why does 'King of Clay' Rafael Nadal reign supreme?
Rafael Nadal beat Dominic Thiem to win his 11th French Open. BBC Sport examines why the 'King of Clay' still reigns supreme.
It's been amazing - lucky loser's family road trip comes to an end
Marco Trungelliti hopes his drive home will have "less stress" than the 10-hour dash he made to reach the French Open.
French Open 2018: First open winner Nancy Richey on prize money & Paris riots 50 years ago
The French Open became the first Grand Slam to offer prize money 50 years ago - but champion Nancy Richey could not accept her winnings.