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Is Andy Murray back with his girlfriend?

British fans can all breathe a collective sigh of relief if reports are to be believed, that British number one, Andy Murray, is back with his ex girlfriend of four years, Kim Sears. The couple, who split last November after four years, are understood to have met up a number of times in recent weeks, including a sighting of the loved-up pair smooching over a couple of sausage sandwiches in Wimbledon Common, a stone’s throw from the hallowed grounds of the world’s greatest grass tournament where Sears had become as much a part of the furniture as Sir Cliff Richard, as she cheered on Murray year after year sat next to his animated mother Judy.

In the last few weeks, there have been other unconfirmed sightings of the couple, including a woman closely resembling Sears going into Murray’s mansion holding on to the other love of his life – his precious pooch, Maggie. The couple have also been seen together in Murray’s Mini Cooper, but when asked if he wished to discuss the rekindled romance, Murray smiled and said ‘No, no, but thank you’ while Kim’s mother refused to comment. Friends of the couple are reported to have been a little more revealing, with one admitting it was ‘early days’, while a neighbour went so far as to confirm, ‘yes, they are back together.’

Since Roger Federer’s comprehensive lecture on how to win a Grand Slam way back in January in the Australian Open final, his form has dipped considerably with a string of disappointing results. Although the months in the run up to the first grand slam of the year where Murray’s ‘alone time’ as a bachelor allowed him the time to focus solely on his career and the results followed, since his loss to Federer, the lack of a significant other seems to have affected him mentally. Perhaps old Muzza had to learn the hard way that the computer game ‘Call of Duty’ (which was apparently one of the factors in the break up to begin with) cannot provide anywhere near the sort of emotional support a girlfriend can – especially a beautiful, stylish, intelligent one (she is studying for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English at Brighton University). It cannot go unnoticed that Andy Roddick seems to be doing a little better with stunner Brooklyn Decker on his arm, while the Fed’s career seems to have been enhanced by the emotional stability his wife provides. And really, let’s be honest, where would Barack be without Michelle?

Interestingly, Murray admitted after his recent loss to Mardy Fish in Miami that ‘I’ve been very happy off the court, just not on it’, perhaps a reference to time spent with Kim and has previously admitted he played better when in a relationship. We can only hope that with her support and encouragement he will fall as much back in love with the beautiful game as with her, a game which is so often described as a love affair of sorts by players throughout history. For the moment their relationship appears to be pivoting at 40-love and I reckon all it needs is one more grand romantic gesture, and it’ll be game, set and match for our main man and hopefully British tennis, which needs a positive boost in the run up to Wimbledon. Here’s a little hint Andy, diamonds are a girl’s best friend!

Melina Harris is a freelance sports writer, book editor, English tutor and PTR qualified tennis coach. For more information and contact details please visit and subscribe to her website and blog at and follow her twitter updates via She is available for freelance writing, editing and one to one private teaching and coaching.

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Comment by Mark / The Mayor on April 6, 2010 at 10:38pm

Is this her? Looking like a cute duo.
Comment by Mark / The Mayor on April 6, 2010 at 10:36pm
‘I’ve been very happy off the court, just not on it’
I wonder if Murray is like a great singer/songwriter - producing their best work when jealous, lonely and rejected; and producing utter garbage when content with love.
Comment by Sharapovanovic on April 6, 2010 at 1:37pm
It's good to hear that personal stability is returning to Murray's life, and I do think that it could have an impact upon his game. Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves concerning the diamond bit, though; he's still very young.

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