bulk of voices in the Centre Court audience to be calling his name tomorrow but his opponent is already scheming how to turn this to his advantage. Roddick said: Im just going to pretend when they say Come on Andy that they mean me. The All England Club said it was monitoring ticket resales. One offi- cial said: Every ticket is identifiable. We are on the lookout for those which have been resold and are not debenture seats. Every effort will be made to stop [holders] from making it through the gates. We will trace the re-seller and take legal action. A site being looked at is online wimbledontickets.com. It looks like the official Wimbledon site and apparently takes money but alleg- edly fails to deliver tickets. Its phone lines were dead today. SIR TOM JOneS is moving back to Britain after 35 years living in Los Angeles because his wife is homesick. The Welsh singer is selling the Hollywood mansion he bought from Dean Martin in 1974 when he first moved to the US. Sir Tom, 69, made the announcement after his friend and neighbour, Robbie Williams, moved back home. Sir Tom said: Ive had a great time in LA but after all these years we think now is the time to move home. My wife Linda has been getting homesick and we have been talking it over. I decided to move broke the All England Clubs resale rules. Most resales on the web are allowed by the All England Club as they are debenture-holders seats, sold in batches with permission to be sold on. But touts are also illegally selling seats for the finals at vastly inflated prices. On eBay a pair of 100 tickets for the mens final sold last night for 2,050. Another seller offers two deben- ture tickets for t h e f i n a l f o r 6,950. There were also non-debenture tickets -- one pair was offered for 2,500 and another for 1,000. As his fans queued outside the south-west London tennis club for the last 48 hours, Murray today said he appreciated the backing he received against Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero, who he dispatched in straight sets in under two hours i n y e s t e r d a y s quarter-final. He wrote in his latest Twitter internet posting after the match: Had nice long massage with my physio. Caught some of the tennis. P l ay e d w e l l today, and thanks for all the support. He can expect the London Lite Thursday, 2 July 2009 15 touts cash in on british aces wimbledon triumphs JonesquitsLAforthe greengrassofhome Inbrief cops probe blast at tycoons shop DETECTIVES were today probing a suspicious gas explosion which destroyed a shop owned by one of Britains richest men. The property, belonging to businessman Leo Noe, who is worth 600m, was wrecked by a blast in the flat above in Hendon, north London. A 39-year- old man, who was in the flat, was today in a critical condition. Two other people were injured. Police have appealed for information. drinkersmore ofteninhospital HEAVY drinkers are likely to spend more time in hospital, scientists claim. Researchers from the universities of Glasgow and Bristol studied 6,000 men and found that drinking more alcohol increased chances of spending time in hospital. Those who drank more than 22 units a week -- at least 11 pints of beer or 22 shots of spirits -- were more likely to fall ill than those who drank less. la cage aux folles from 15 avenue q from 19.50 grease from 19.50 50% off theatreup to see more u touup to see more summer 09 Prices are correct at the time of going to print, subject to availability, booking fees and conditions. Theatre price based on selected performances and dates. Suppliers have the right to withdraw offers at any given time without notice. See www.lastminute.com for full terms and conditions. murray win means its 20,000 for final ticketsby georgina littlejohn Black market: seats for the mens final, face value 100, are selling for thousands of pounds online after the quarter-final win by Murray, left ANDY MURRAYS march towards the Wimbledon final has sent ticket prices on the black market soaring. Fans began snapping up tickets for the mens final even before the British number one has played tomorrows semi-final with American Andy Roddick. And if Murray reaches Sundays final, touts are expected to make it one of the most expensive seats in British sport ever. One seller has already offered four Centre Court mens final tickets online for 20,000 each. Today seats were being sold on eBay which Selling up: Sir Tom Jones before Robbie but he got here before me. Sir Tom, who is touring Britain this autumn, hopes to move before the end of the year. Britain has always been home, he said. Ace: Murrays girlfriend Kim Sears watches Andyinaction index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html