Andy Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears, regularly seen cheering on her beau from the sidelines, will no doubt be present when the tennis player goes again Novak Djokovic on Sunday in the Australian Open 2013 men's finals.
Andy Murray survived a school shooting at the age of eight that took place in his hometown of Dunblane, Scotland, killing 16 children all between the ages of five and six. He said as he walked to the school gym, he heard shooting noises and quickly decided to duck under a desk in his principal's office, trying to hide.
Men's tennis player Andy Murray won his first Grand Slam title on Monday. Sept. 10 and his girlfriend Kim Sears joined thousands in the audience to witness him acquire his biggest win to date. Sears who has been dating Murray since 2006, watched Murray beat Novak Djokovic in a five-set game in Flushing Meadows, Queens. He is the first British men's tennis player to win the US Open since Fred Perry almost 80 years ago. The British beauty is a college graduate who lives with Murray in England, the daughter of tennis coach Nigel Sears who has has always been supportive of Murray in the past six years. The 24-year-old is well-known fixture at his many tennis matches around the world.
The US Open Tennis Live Stream features a fierce battle between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic. Murray and Djokovic are tough competitors as Djokovic has a better record with 8-6 head to head matches, but Murray defeated Djokovic several times in back to back sets during the Olympics Semi-Final rounds. Catch the live stream of the US Open Tennis Live Stream below.
After celebrating his double win at Wimbledon,tennis superstar Andy Murray may also have a reason to rejoice a third time; as he vaguely hinted at making a proposal to his longtime girlfriend Kim Sears.
All hopes for a Brit to win the Wimbledon was quashed when Andy Murray was defeated by world champion Roger Federer in the Men's Final at Centre Court in London today. Runner-up Murray broke down after the post-match interview, giving a tearful speech. Roger Federer won his record equaling seventh Wimbledon title Sunday, defeating Andy Murray in four sets 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4.
Roger Federer won his record equaling seventh Wimbledon title Sunday, defeating Andy Murray in four sets 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4. The battle was fierce from the beginning with Andy Murray breaking the then-six time champ in the first game. However, Federer broke back quickly as both players tried to get the early upper hand. However, the British crowd went crazy when Murray managed to break Federer again to take the first set, and millions of Brits began dreaming a first British men's singles Wimbled...
Tomorrow's Wimbledon Final will feature Roger Federer and Andy Murray. Murray finally made it to the Wimbledon Finals after defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. He will be the first British man to reach the Wimbledon Final since 1938. To watch the historic match at Centre court, be sure to tune into ESPN. The match will be broadcast on Sunday, July 8 at 9 am ET.