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Sir Andy Murray

Sir Andy Murray

After a tremendous year of record breaking accomplishments, Andy Murray has become Britain's youngest Knight of modern times. At the age of 29, and already an OBE, he is the first tennis player to be knighted. He was honoured for his contribution to tennis, as well as for his charity work as an ambassador for; Unicef, Malaria No More, the World Wide Fund for Nature, and the Duke of Cambridge's United for Wildlife initiative. 
 
It is an honour to have such a successful and inspirational person as an IC of GB Member, and we hope that his endeavours both on and off the court continue into 2017. 
 
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After a successful year of fixtures and events in 2016, the IC Council and ICs of the World are now gearing up for another full year of fixtures for IC members across the board
Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE

Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE

The IC Council would like to extend their congratulations to Paul Hutchins, for receiving an MBE award for services to tennis. 
Sir Andy Murray Sir Andy Murray

Sir Andy Murray

After a tremendous year of record breaking accomplishments, Andy Murray has become Britain's youngest Knight of modern times. 
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