Why no more UK tennis champions?


As Wimbledon fortnight begins, hopes of a British champion are once more pinned on Andy Murray.

Fred Perry was the last Briton to win a Grand Slam title, 74 years ago, and in March Britain's Davis Cup team was beaten by Lithuania.

Tim Muffett has been investigating why the UK seems unable to produce a Grand Slam tennis champion.

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