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By Hideyuki Sano and Nichola Saminather TOKYO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell and the British pound tumbled more than 2 percent on Monday as markets grappled with deep uncertainty sparked by Britain's decision to leave the European Union. European markets look set for a bleak open, with financial spreadbetter CMC Markets expecting Britain's FTSE 100 to fall 2.7 percent, and Germany's DAX to start the day down 2 percent. Sentiment remained weak even as the volatility seen earlier in the session receded, but it was a far cry from the turmoil seen on Friday when the shock of Britain's exit vote drove global stocks to their biggest decline in nearly five years.
LONDON (AP) — Andy Murray was part of the first wave of top tennis players who hired former stars of the game as coaches, striking up a successful partnership with Ivan Lendl that resulted in two Grand Slam titles, including at Wimbledon in 2013.