Andy Murray was happy that he ended his Centre Court exile with Serena Williams at his side as Wimbledon’s new power couple got their mixed doubles pairing off to a flying start.
Andy Murray and Serena Williams made their long-awaited debut as a mixed doubles team at Wimbledon on Saturday evening.
Wimbledon’s new power couple showed they mean business as Andy Murray and Serena Williams got their eagerly-awaited mixed-doubles pairing off to a flying start.
Andy Murray’s 2019 Wimbledon hopes now rest entirely on the mixed doubles after he and Pierre Hugues-Herbert were beaten in the men’s.
Jamie Murray said “vendettas” and “people out for their own gains” prompted him to resign from the ATP Player Council.
A heaving Henman Hill cheered American teenage sensation Cori Gauff to victory as her remarkable Wimbledon run continued.
Cori Gauff wowed Centre Court again with a thrilling comeback, Novak Djokovic dropped a set and more men’s seeds tumbled out.
Andy Murray and Serena Williams will have to wait to make their Wimbledon mixed-doubles debut after their opening match was postponed on Friday night.
Andy Murray will not face his brother in the Wimbledon men’s doubles after Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski were knocked out in the first round.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic is back in action and Andy Murray will partner Serena Williams in the mixed doubles.
Andy Murray is due to return to action at Wimbledon after a positive start to his SW19 comeback.