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Judy Murray on sport and sexism

Less than one week since her son, Andy, became the first British men's Wimbledon champion for 77 years, his mother has returned to work.

Judy Murray, a tennis coach, was in a Tower Hamlets playground for Set4Sport - the charity she founded to get children and their parents moving.

She spoke to the BBC's Newsnight about access to sport, sexism and her thoughts on the referendum for Scottish independence.

  • 11 Jul 2013
  • From the section UK
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