Andy Murray dedicates win to Ross Hutchins
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(02:56) | January 6, 2013
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(01:29) | Dec 12, 2014
King praises 'phenomenal' WTA Tour
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(01:35) | Dec 18, 2014
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Bolt: Plans to remove Olympic 200m event 'ridiculous'
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(01:24) | Dec 18, 2014
Real Madrid prepare for the Club World Cup final
La Liga: A warm morning greeted Real Madrid in Marrakech, for their first training session since qualifying for the FIFA Club World Cup final.
(01:08) | Dec 18, 2014
Abidal set to retire from football
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(01:10) | Dec 18, 2014
Warnock: Palace have 'no fear' travelling to face City
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