Tennis star Andy Murray set to tie the knot

Andy Murray and fiancée Kim Sears are planning to get married in April at the tennis star’s luxury hotel.

The couple are understood to have saved the date of 11 April for the ceremony at the five-star Cromlix House Hotel.

The hotel, which has its own chapel, was the setting for Andy’s brother Jamie’s wedding in 2010.

The 2013 Wimbledon champion bought the hotel – once the home of the Bishop of Dunblane – for £1.8m in 2013.

They announced their engagement last November, after having been together for nine years.

The couple met in 2005 through Kim’s father, Nigel, head of the women’s section of the Law Tennis Association

Tennis star Andy Murray set to marry at his hotel

Andy Murray and fiancée Kim Sears are planning to get married in April at the tennis star’s luxury hotel.

The couple are understood to have saved the date of 11 April for the ceremony at the five-star Cromlix House Hotel.

The hotel has its own chapel and was the setting for Andy’s brother Jamie’s wedding in 2010.

The 2013 Wimbledon champion bought the hotel – once the home of the Bishop of Dunblane – for £1.8m in 2013.

They announced their engagement last November, after having been together for nine years.

The couple met in 2005 through Kim’s father, Nigel, head of the women’s section of the Law Tennis Association.

Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray to win fifth Australian Open title

Novak Djokovic proved too strong for Andy Murray as he won a fifth Australian Open title in a punishing final. The Serb, ranked number one, came through 7-6 (7-5) 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 6-0 in three hours and 39 minutes.

It was his third win over Murray in a Melbourne final and brought him an eighth Grand Slam title. Murray, 27, has now won two of the eight Slam finals he has played in, having lost all four in Australia.

Jose Mourinho gives tennis star Andy Murray advice

Jose Mourinho was a surprise guest at Andy Murray’s tennis match against Roger Federer in the Masters Cup Thursday night.

The Chelsea boss was interviewed by Sky Sports during the game, with Andy Murray heading for a straight set defeat.

Mourinho said: ‘There are days when we feel it’s not our day, whether it’s football or tennis. Even if it looks like it’s going to be hard to beat Roger tonight, just give your best. Sometimes a bad defeat is the beginning of many many victories.’