I’m Will from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, I am a keen journalist and sports fan, that is why I’m re-launching my sport-based series of articles called IMO (standing for ‘in my opinion’). I will add to this series once a month, so you can always look forward to some new sports articles arriving at the YJA website! […]
Andy Murray takes the Wimbledon title for the second time in his career, beating the Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets This was a victory that gave a chord to many fans; even his poker-faced coach, Ivan Lendl, couldn’t hold back his emotions as Andy Murray hoisted the coveted silverware. Andy Murray became the first […]
Ranked No.1 in Women’s tennis, Serena Williams secured her seventh Wimbledon title on July 9th
In Andy Murray’s second round game of Wimbledon 2016 there may be a very warm handshake with his opponent. The name Yen-Hsun Lu, in all probability, won’t sound familiar to you, but he has changed Andy Murray’s career as a professional tennis player and it all came from one of Andy Murray’s worst defeats in his career. […]
Amidst an impressive chain of Grand Slam victories, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that men’s tennis is pandering towards a one-man sport. Novak Djokovic’s merciless victory over Andy Murray in this year’s Australian Open proved just his latest statement of intent when it comes to tightening his stranglehold on the sport. The Serbian seems invincible. […]
To mark the start of this year’s Wimbledon, the Young Journalist team at NK have created a podcast packed full of fun facts about the oldest tennis tournament in the world.
7th July 2013 – the day Andy Murray won Wimbledon. Chet from the Priory news team was lucky enough to be court side for this incredible match…
Today, Andy Murray has won Wimbledon against the world number one Novak Djokovic. In scorching heat, the Scot took the match 6-4 7-5 6-4
Murray Mania was intensified and it appeared a lot of pressure was put upon him to make Britain proud.