Tennis Today: Andy Murray supports young British talent, Genie Bouchard soaks up Raptors’ NBA glory

Eugenie Bouchard

In Tennis Today, Andy Murray partners with Amazon Prime Video for a good cause while Eugenie Bouchard enjoys the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship win.

What’s on the site
Roger Federer can win Wimbledon again but will be nervous about Rafael Nadal, according to Eurosport pundit Alex Corretja.

Candid Kiki Bertens has lifted the lid on the “soul-searching” that threatened her tennis career.

The Fever-Tree Championship is just around the corner and the big question is can Kyle Edmund finally deliver at Queen’s Club?

Remember Dustin Brown? Yep, the guy who famously beat Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon in 2015. Well, he claimed another upset win at the Mercedes Cup.

There were also some upsets at the Libema Open with Stefanos Tsitsipas and Fernando Verdasco crashing out.

But no such problems for the seeds in the Nature Valley Classic in Nottimgham.

What’s in the news
Amazon Prime Video is partnering with Andy Murray to support up and coming young British tennis talent. According to Advanced Television, they have created the Prime Video Future Talent Award that will select one male and female player to receive a total of £60,000 in funding over a two year cycle.

If you are here for the Murray feel-good video, then scroll further down.

It’s good news for Dan Evans at the ATP Challenger event in Nottingham as he won his opening match against Jack Draper, reports the Daily Mail.

What’s on social media
Novak Djokovic set to skip Wimbledon warm-up events, according to The Times’ Stuart Fraser.

Your feel-good video of the day as Andy Murray has a hit with a cancer survivor.

Eugenie Bouchard soaks up the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA title win.

Milos Raonic also getting in on the act.


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Roger Federer hits the grass.

Just Serena Williams braiding her daughter’s hair.

Simona Halep enjoying some time off.

What’s on TV
ATP s-Hertogenbosch


ATP Stuttgart
LIVE – Tennis TV

WTA Nottingham
LIVE – Eurosport 2

WTA s-Hertogenbosch
LIVE – BT Sport 1