A lot has changed in tennis over the last year. This time 12 months ago, Novak Djokovic held all four Grand Slam titles, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were regarded as spent forces, and Andy Murray and Serena Williams were about to become Wimbledon champions.
Andy Murray will face fierce competition from a top-class field when he begins his 2017 grass-court season at the Aegon Championships.
The tennis script for this year so far has produced twists and turns that would not be out of place in a soap opera, including triumphant returns, shock pregnancies and various scandals.
A thrilling fortnight of tennis awaits in Melbourne as Andy Murray goes in search of a maiden Australian Open title in his first Grand Slam campaign as the world’s No.1 player.
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