Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Rafael Nadal celebrates his win in Monte Carlo
The world No 1 Novak Djokovic

Monte Carlo Masters: Novak Djokovic soon at home with new surface

Djokovic is a resident of the Monaco principality

Rafael Nadal has reached just one final since his triumph at Roland Garros last June

Monte Carlo Masters: Can Rafael Nadal, the king of clay, hold on to his crown?

Spaniard has been plagued by injury since winning last year’s French Open, but he is confident, he tells Paul Newman in Monte Carlo, his favourite surface will inspire latest comeback

Andy Murray’s recent form has seemed dependent on the presence of coach Amélie Mauresmo

Murray may let Bjorkman step in for Mauresmo

Mauresmo announced her pregnancy on social media

Novak Djokovic enjoys his victory in Sunday’s Miami Masters by taking a quick trip to Miami Beach on Monday

Novak Djokovic in peak form after Miami to claim that elusive first French Open

World No 1 has best chance with Nadal out of sorts on eve of clay-court season

Andy Murray reacts after losing a point to Novak Djokovic during the men's final match at the Miami Open

Miami Masters 2015 final: Andy Murray wilts as Novak Djokovic reinforces dominance

Murray gave as good as he got in the first two sets only to see Djokovic take command in the latter stages

Andy Murray beat Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-4 to reach the final of the Miami Masters

Miami Masters 2015: Andy Murray masters Thomas Berdych to march into final against Novak Djokovic

Murray's victory levelled their head-to-head record at six wins apiece

Serena Williams is 1-16 with some bookies to win the Miami Open on Saturday

Miami Open 2015: Serena Williams aims to keep vice-like grip on Miami

The 33-year-old will play in her 10th Miami Open final

Andy Murray makes a forehand return during his win over Santiago Giraldo

Miami Masters: Andy Murray just one win away from 500 after seeing off Santiago Giraldo

Murray, twice a champion at the Miami Masters, needed just 84 minutes to beat Giraldo 6-3, 6-4

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