Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Andy Murray

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Andy Murray edges closer to 02 place with Vienna victory

Scot beats Ferrer in final and then heads straight to next tournament

Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova learns to live with her celebrity status

Having dealt with this summer’s success better than the 2011 win, Czech now targets world No 1 status, she tells Paul Newman

Federer's victory on Sunday was his fourth title of the year and moves him up to No 2 in the world rankings

Federer says dream season down to staying fit

Federer always believed he could succeed, if he could recover from back problems

Giles Simon (left) and Roger Federer after the match

Phenomenal Roger Federer shows no signs of slowing down just yet

Swiss master's taste for success continues despite age

Novak Djokovic

Shanghai Masters 2014: Novak Djokovic relishing Roger Federer test in quest for third title

The pair meet in Saturday's semi-final

Andy Murray lost to David Ferrer 2-6 6-1 6-2 in the Shanghai Masters third round

Andy Murray vs David Ferrer match report: Fitness proved, but hopes of reaching ATP World Tour Finals dealt serious blow

Spaniard defeats Murray 2-6 6-1 6-2 to deal British No 1 a major blow in his hunt to return to the top eight in the world rankings

Andy Murray

Andy Murray baffled by loophole that could see him replaced at ATP World Tour Finals in London

Marin Cilic could take his place due to his US Open win

Rafael Nadal to carry on playing through pain despite needing his appendix removed

World No 2 admitted he would need surgery at some stage

Andy Murray and his GB team-mates beat the US in February, just days after the Australian Open

Davis Cup’s prestige hit with loss of ranking incentive

Move would mean even less incentive to take part

Maria Sharapova holds her China Open title

China Open 2014: Maria Sharapova beats Petra Kvitova in final to close in on No 1 spot

Russia is now just 467 points behind Serena Williams

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