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11:19, 30 OCT 2015
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar to be official car supplier to Wimbledon
Manufacturer secures high-profile contract to supply 170 cars including XEs and XFs to the All England Club for annual Grand Slam tournament
Andy Murray's mum puts tennis on Birmingham schools' agenda
Judy Murray visits Broadway Academy in Washwood Heath as she backs the Tennis Foundation's three-year strategy to encourage more children to play tennis
Celebrating Birmingham's continued tradition in creative genius
Birmingham manufacturers have a long tradition of involvement in creating trophies for major sporting events.
Evans remains closer to a superstar than superstore
Dan Evans had detained the world No. 11 for less than two hours as his Wimbledon debut ended in a comprehensive 2-6, 3-6, 3-6 drubbing.
Andy's bus should have a clear run to the semis
British tennis fans will hope London Bus Syndrome applies at Wimbledon over the next fortnight as a first men's champion in 77 years, is followed by a second just 12 months later.
Brindleyplace Dragonboat Festival 2014: Find out which businesses you're up against
This year’s event aims to raise £50,000 for ‘HelpCope’, a strand of local charity, HelpHarryHelpOthers
Artist has humble nature of a true Brummie
The Ikon Gallery is celebrating the works of one of Birmingham’s finest contemporary artists. Graham Young reports.
London 2012 Olympics
Sporting push welcomed as Birmingham lags behind in Olympic legacy
City council plans to bid for prestigious events, including the World Indoor Athletics Championships
Andy Murray master of a sport made in Birmingham
Enda Mullen takes a closer look at a truly global sport’s Second City roots.
A Partridge-like faux pas that exposed the real truth
Andy Murray wasn’t the first Briton in 77 years to win a singles title at Wimbledon – Virginia Wade won in 1977.
Rediscovered grave proves a major find for tennis history
Major Harry Gem’s resting place has been uncovered in Warstone Lane Cemetery in the Jewellery Quarter – and campaigners are now calling for him to be given the recognition he deserves.
40-Love to a generation of sporting visionaries at the WTA
In the four decades since Billie-Jean King announced the creation of the Women’s Tennis Association the world of female sport has changed almost as much as society itself.
Dan Evans handed wild card entry for AEGON Championship at Queen's Club
Birmingham tennis player rewarded for top performances in Davis Cup and at Nottingham's AEGON Trophy event
AEGON Classic Tennis Tournament
Greg Rusedski calls for better service from potential top ten player Laura Robson
Greg Rusedski, a man who knows a thing or two about playing the ace card, believes Britain's Laura Robson could reach the world's top ten - as long as she improves her serve.
Review of 2012: Tennis
How ironic that after years of almost imperceptible progress in his role at the Lawn Tennis Association, Roger Draper should finally come under fire for his vast salary at the end of the most successful season in British tennis in nearly a century.
Birmingham City Council
Grade-A space: the final frontier
Will Birmingham get a lion's share of roaming occupiers in a future decentralisation programme?