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Johanna Konta hopes Andy Murray can recover in time for grass-court season

Johanna Konta hopes fellow Briton Andy Murray will be in action at this year's Wimbledon despite media reports claiming that the Scot has suffered a setback in his recovery from hip surgery.

Jo Konta avenges Australian Open loss to Bernarda Pera at Qatar Open

Johanna Konta powered past qualifier Bernarda Pera 7-6 6-1 in the first round of the Qatar Open to avenge her shock defeat by the American in the Australian Open last month.

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Australian Open: Keep calm, Johanna Konta ready to carry on

Konta enters the tournament, historically the grand slam where she has done best, with a new coach in Michael Joyce.

Briton Johanna Konta pushed to the brink again in Brisbane

Johanna Konta overcame local hope Ajla Tomljanovic 4-6 6-1 6-4 in two hours and 26 minutes at the Pat Rafter Arena.

Johanna Konta beats Madison Keys; Elina Svitolina advances in Brisbane

Konta entered the Australian Open tuneup tournament after losing her last four matches in 2017, including a first-round exit at the U.S. Open.

Johanna Konta appoints Michael Joyce as new coach

Johanna Konta enjoyed a solid start to 2017, winning the Sydney International and Miami Open titles, and hit a career-high number four world ranking before injury.

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Pan Pacific Open: Caroline Wozniacki keeps title defence alive, Barbora Strycova downs Johanna Konta

Caroline Wozniacki wrestled back momentum in the second, converting two break points before firing back-to-back aces to force a decider. Rogers raced to a 3-0 lead in the third set before Wozniacki staged a brilliant comeback, claiming six of the last seven games to advance to the next round.

Wimbledon 2017 Day 8: Novak Djokovic advances into quarters; Venus vs Konta, Muguruza vs Rybarikova in semis

Novak Djokovic reached his ninth Wimbledon quarter-final after beating Adrian Mannarino 6-2 7-6 6-4 while in the women's singles, we have our four semi-finalist with Venus Williams, Jo Konta, Garbine Muguruza and Magadelena Rybarikova winning their respective matches.

Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray, Rafa Nadal, Azarenka, Halep advance to Round 4

Wimbledon 2017 Day 5 saw the top seeds move into the next round in both the men's and women's singles category. Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Victoria Azarenka, Simona Halep and Jo Konta all posted wins in their respective matches.

Johanna Konta can win Wimbledon after most important win: Mats Wilander

Johanna Konta won what could well be the most important match of her career on Wednesday, and can go on to become the first British woman to win Wimbledon in 40 years, former world number one Mats Wilander said.

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