Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Andy Murray speaks to media ahead of the Citi Open in Washington

Citi Open 2015: Andy Murray returns in quick time for US hard-court season following Davis Cup success

The Scot will face Russia's world No 53 Teymuraz Gabashvili in Washington DC

Jamie Murray, left, with doubles partner John Peers after their victory in Germany

Hamburg Open 2015: Doubles glory for Jamie Murray

Murray and Peers, who were playing their first tournament since losing to Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau in the Wimbledon final last month

In with a shout: Andy Murray, right, and brother Jamie during their victory

Andy Murray: Davis Cup glory makes lack of rest worthwhile

Murray has hardly had a day off since April

Andy Murray on his way to victory at the Davis Cup

Davis Cup: Andy Murray leads Great Britain to victory and first semi-final since 1981

Scot came from a set down to beat France's Gilles Simon and give Great Britain unassailable lead

In with a shout: Andy Murray, right, and brother Jamie during their victory
Andy Murray celebrates with captain Leon Smith after winning his match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France during Day One of the World Group Quarter Final Davis Cup

Davis Cup: Andy Murray hits back after James Ward beaten to level quarter-final tie with France

Gilles Simon won the contest in straight sets

Andy Murray practises at Queen’s ahead of leading Britain’s Davis Cup challenge

Davis Cup: Andy Murray must fight fatigue in World Group quarter-final against France

World No 3 will probably have to win his two matches – and maybe even a third in the doubles – if the home team are to reach the last four for the first time since 1981

Wimbledon 2015: Novak Djokovic feels he has the moves to stay a step ahead

Wimbledon champion improving all the time after finding right chemistry with coach Becker

Serena Williams: ‘All four trophies are at my house now. It is kind of cool’

Williams glad to put talk of ‘Serena Slam’ behind her after SW19 win

Novak Djokovic celebrates winning Wimbledon
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