Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Croatia’s Mirjana Lucic-Baroni celebrates after seeing off world No 3 Simona Halep for the second time in a year

French Open 2015: Tears flow again as Mirjana Lucic-Baroni gives Simona Halep no quarter

World No 70 writes latest chapter in what has been a remarkable story

Andy Murray practising ahead of his match against Portugal’s Joao Sousa

French Open 2015: Andy Murray so at home as one of the tour's nice guys

Now an established player, the Scot has offered advice and support to help upcoming British players

Eugenie Bouchard shows her despair during her first-round defeat by Kristina Mladenovic

French Open 2015: Eugenie Bouchard flops again as her form goes full circle in a year

Canadian suffers 6-4, 6-4 first-round defeat by France's Kristina Mladenovic a year after reaching semi-finals

Heather Watson celebrates a point

French Open 2015: Heather Watson has to dig deep but sees off Mathilde Johansson

Johansson is a formidable ball-striker who regularly goes for broke, especially on her forehand

Andy Murray plays a backhand during his straight-sets victory over Facundo Arguello in Paris

French Open 2015: Kyle Edmund completes a hat-trick of success for Britain to follow Andy Murray and Heather Watson

The evening was closing in when Edmund completed his victory at 9.21pm after nearly three hours

French Open 2015: Andy Murray’s fitness has paid off in clay season preparation

Andy Murray’s progress on clay has delighted coach Amelie Mauresmo

Roger Federer fumes after selfie fan is given court blanche

'You’d think centre court was a place nobody could just wander on'

Andy Murray in practice for the French Open

French Open 2015: Andy Murray leads a British invasion

UK’s fantastic four join Scot in French Open first round after finding their feet on clay

Andy Murray practices alongside his coach Amelie Mauresmo

French Open 2015: Struggles on clay are a thing of the past, says Andy Murray

Murray has won all 10 of his matches on clay this year and faces Facundo Arguello of Argentina in the first round

Rafael Nadal serves during a practice session at Roland Garros

French Open 2015: Is Rafael Nadal’s French reign over?

He has lost just once at Roland Garros but this year the king of clay is not the favourite, writes Paul Newman in Paris

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