Judy Murray


Exclusive – Judy Murray on how the game’s ‘Big Four’ are still ahead of the pack

Judy Murray believes the ‘Big Four’ in men’s tennis have displayed a drive and desire that has allowed them to stay ahead of the chasing pack for more than a decade. Novak Djokovic claimed his 19th Grand Slam title last Sunday when he won the French Open for a second time, leaving him just one title behind his long-standing rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the battle to battle to win the most majors in the game.
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Judy Murray determined to grow grassroots tennis across Scotland

Judy Murray knows more than anyone about the elite level of Scottish tennis but is determined to grow the sport’s grassroots throughout the country. The tennis coach is mother to former world number one Andy Murray and Jamie Murray former doubles world number one, and is preparing for another trip to Wimbledon to cheer them both on later this month.

Judy Murray on Naomi Osaka’s media stance: ‘There are so many potential pitfalls in the interview room’

Judy Murray is the latest to sympathise with Naomi Osaka over the pressures of media duties, saying facing the press is “an underestimated source of stress”. World No 2 winner Osaka shocked the tennis world on Monday as she announced her withdrawal from the French Open with her decision coming on the back of threats from the Grand Slams to not only expel her from Roland Garros, but also future majors.
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Judy Murray

Mrs. Judy Catherine Murray, age 79, of Epworth, passed away May 7, 2021, at her home. She was born in Atlanta, May 24, 1941, to the late Barney Edward and Thelma Granger Burch. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, James Edward Murray.
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Driving Force review – Judy Murray dives deep with Rebecca Adlington

There is something slick and sleek about Driving Force (Sky Documentaries), a juicy series of interviews and profiles in which Judy Murray meets British women who have ascended to the highest levels of their sports. Murray uses her own life experiences to tease the good, the bad and the horrifying out of superstars of their fields, from Victoria Pendleton to Kelly Holmes, Christine Ohuruogu to Steph Houghton. It is lit and shot like a classy American documentary and, in parts, reminded me of HBO’s Serena Williams series Being Serena – though not quite so earnest.
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Judy Murray undergoes £4.5k facelift procedure after being mocked by tennis star sons Andy and Jamie for ‘turkey neck’

STRICTLY star Judy Murray has undergone a non-surgical facelift procedure after being spurred into action by her famous sons who dubbed her 'turkey neck'. The 61-year-old's appearance was transformed with treatment from a leading aesthetic clinician, after getting playful jibes from former Wimbledon champions Andy and Jamie Murray. Judy's previously...

The £4,500 face lift Judy Murray had to fix her ‘turkey neck’

Judy Murray has revealed she underwent a £4,500 non-surgical face lift after her tennis star sons Sir Andy and Jamie teased her for her ‘turkey neck’. In a discussion released by her cosmetic doctor, the 61 year old tennis coach said “My kids started to call me 'turkey neck' a few years ago and that may have had something to do with me thinking I should do something about this if I can.”

Like Judy Murray, I had the Morpheus8 'turkey neck' treatment – and was blown away by the results

Yesterday former Strictly Come Dancing star Judy Murray, 61, revealed what she had been up to over a year’s worth of lockdowns: having treatments to rectify her “turkey neck.” So dubbed by her sons, tennis stars Andy and Jamie, last year she sought out three £1,500 sessions with the Morpheus8 - a one-stop gadget for all things skin rejuvenation - in a bid to look “10 years younger”; their teasing, she said in a video released by her cosmetic doctor, “may have had something to do with me thinking I should do something about this if I can.”
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Judy Murray: 'Andy still hopes to play the Australian Open'

Andy Murray is still hoping to land in Melbourne and compete at the Australian Open, says his mother, Judy. Andy withdrew from Delray Beach to avoid any coronavirus issues, only to test positive just a couple of days before the planned Melbourne flight. The three-time Major champion endured those two...

Judy Murray and Sanjeev Kohli among stars on BBC Scotland during lockdown

SCOTTISH stars and Glasgow icons will join a host of household names in providing free education programmes on the BBC from Monday. Tennis legend Judy Murray and Still Game's Sanjeev Kohli will present shows on the national broadcaster in a bid to plug any gaps left by the closure of schools across the country.