adidas welcomed some members of the Tennis GB team at the adidas London 2012 media lounge for a Q + A sessions with Tim Henman.

Laura Robson, Jamie Murray, Andy Murray, Ross Hutchins, Colin Fleming and Tim Henman:

Team GB tennis

Jamie and Andy Murray:

Team GB tennis

Smiling (?) Murray:

Team GB tennis

Great Britain Olympic tennis team: Elena Baltacha, Colin Fleming, Ross Hutchins, Anne Keothavong, Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Laura Robson, Heather Watson

Via adidas

After watching Haas, Malisse and co at practice, it was time for me to watch some matches!

First, on Court 14: Varvara Lepchenko against Ksenia Pervak. I gave up after 3 games: to hear those two grunting like crazy after a few points, not for me, thanks.

Ksenia Pervak

Ksenia Pervak

Ksenia Pervak

Vavara Lepchenko

For the record, Lepchenko won in 3 disputed sets.
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This week, I’m in London, for a bit of sightseeing …

London Eye

National Gallery

and (of course) for a bit of tennis:

Queen's tournament

The Queens tournament (its sponsored name is currently Aegon Championships, previously: Stella Artois Championships) is one of the most prestigious ATP tournament, and one of only five played on grass (the other 4 are: Gerry Weber Open in Halle, UNICEF Open in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, AEGON International in Eastbourne and the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport).

Queen's tournament

Queen's tournament

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This is the second part of my Day 10 recap.

Court Suzanne Lenglen, fifth set of the fourth round match between Murray and Troicki.

Court Suzanne Lenglen

Court Suzanne Lenglen

I must be an idiot but I always thought that when you’re injured you’re supposed to shorten up the points. Apparently not. By the way, Murray didn’t seem injured at all and he can thank Troicki who simply gave him the match.

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

Andy Murray

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