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Chris Wilkinson is a former British No. 1, who now serves as a tennis commentator and as a coach for the LTA. He is ESPN.co.uk's resident expert, providing an exclusive view on the world of tennis.

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  • Tennis
  • Tennis: Changing of the guard can be good for Murray
  • Nov 27, 2014: It's all change for Andy Murray as the British No.1 shakes up his corner. Gone are long-term hitting partner Danny Vallverdu and trainer Jez Green and what we're seeing is Amelie Mauresmo's influence finally taking effect

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  • Tennis: London calling for Andy Murray
  • Sep 29, 2014: ESPN's resident tennis expert and former British No.1 Chris Wilkinson says Andy Murray has proved the doubters wrong again and backs him to reach the World Tour Finals

  • US Open
  • Tennis: US Open comes at perfect time for Murray
  • Aug 24, 2014: ESPN's resident tennis expert Chris Wilkinson previews the US Open and gives a run-down of his players to watch at Flushing Meadows - as well as his thoughts on Andy Murray's chances

  • Wimbledon
  • Tennis: Bouchard is ready to rule the world
  • Jul 4, 2014: Eugenie Bouchard leads a changing of the guard in women's tennis and is ready to dominate, writes former British No.1 and ESPN columnist Chris Wilkinson

  • French Open
  • Tennis: Nadal has a target on his back in Paris
  • May 23, 2014: You can never count Rafael Nadal out over five sets but heading into this year's French Open it's is as open as it's been for a long time, writes Chris Wilkinson

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  • Tennis: Murray looking to regain his edge
  • Mar 20, 2014: Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl's parting of ways may have come as a shock but it is likely just the latest attempt by the Wimbledon champion to gain an edge on his rivals, writes Chris Wilkinson

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  • Tennis: Stan's the man in Australian Open mind game
  • Jan 26, 2014: Stanislas Wawrinka showed the physical ability to beat Rafael Nadal - but it was the mental fortitude of his Australian Open final triumph that makes him a contender again in future, says ESPN's Chris Wilkinson

  • Tennis
  • Tennis: Hard work pays off big time for Nadal
  • Oct 8, 2013: Rafael Nadal has worked incredibly hard to get to world No. 1 again - now staying there is going to be just as challenging with Novak Djokovic around, writes ESPN's Chris Wilkinson

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  • Tennis: Well done GB - but hard work starts now
  • Sep 19, 2013: Leon Smith and his Great Britain Davis Cup team face a tough task against the United States next year, writes Chris Wilkinson, but reaching the World Group is a testament to the health of the game in the UK

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