THE tennis balls fly across the court as if some demented machine has broken down, sending a spiral of yellow missiles across a small patch of Stirling.
The excited cries of children seem to rattle the mesh of the public courts in King's Park.
Judy Murray smiles. She is at home and not just because about 150 aspiring children are playing a few miles from where she learned the game in Dunblane. This is the sort of morning that inspires her as a coach and personality.
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