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Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Andy Murray of Great Britain in action against Feliciano Lopez of Spain

Indian Wells 2015: Andy Murray sweeps aside Feliciano Lopez to set up clash with Novak Djokovic in semi-final

Two years after he last reached the semi-finals of a Masters Series tournament, Andy Murray is through to the last four in Indian Wells thanks to an emphatic 6-3, 6-4 victory over Feliciano Lopez.

Serena Williams stretches to make a return during her win over Timea Bacsinszky

Indian Wells: Serena Williams' return gathers momentum as greater aggression proves decisive

Williams is competing at the event for first time in 14 years

Andy Murray hits a return during his fourth-round victory over Adrian Mannarino

Andy Murray draws level with Tim Henman's tally of Tour match wins

Win at Indian Wells was world No 4's 496th

A view of Court One at Wimbledon

LTA promises huge cash boost to get people playing tennis again

The Lawn Tennis Association is backing up its determination to get more people playing the sport more often with hard cash. In an attempt to reverse a significant decline in the numbers of people who play tennis in Britain, the governing body plans to increase its spending on participation by more than 50 per cent from £17m last year to £26m by 2018.

Serena Williams at Indian Wells

Serena Williams is flying high on her return to Indian Wells and eager to make it a memorable tournament

The world No 1 ended a 13-year boycott by taking part in the Paribas Open

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Indian Wells 2015: Heather Watson takes biggest scalp of her career so far in Agnieszka Radwanska

Andy Murray got his Indian Wells campaign off to a promising start with a resounding 6-1, 6-3 victory over Canada’s Vasek Pospisil

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Andy Murray to try out Jonas Bjorkman as coaching support

Jonas Bjorkman cannot team up with Murray this week as he is in Sweden’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

Andy Murray gets excited during his brother Jamie’s doubles match

Andy Murray back up to No 4 in latest world rankings after Davis Cup triumph

The Scot won both his contests against the United States

Andy Murray celebrates during his win over John Isner

Davis Cup 2015: Andy Murray beats John Isner in straight sets to take GB to quarter-finals

Scot won the contest in Glasgow 7-6, 6-3, 7-6

Andy Murray gets excited during his brother Jamie’s doubles match

Davis Cup 2015: History beckons for Andy Murray to deliver the winning blow

Singles win will see GB beat US at home after 80 years

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