Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Novak Djokovic vs Stan Wawrinka: Stage is set for another classic

Two go head-to-head on Friday

Maria Sharapova celebrates victory over Eugenie Bouchard in the Australian Open quarter-finals

Australian Open 2015: Maria Sharapova reveals her father’s pep talks keep her sharp

Sharapova's father Yuri has choice words to motivate the world No 2

Andy Murray vs Tomas Berydch: Murray cool over reunion with coach Dani Vallverdu at the Australian Open

Scot sets up semi-final showdown with Berdych and his old friend Vallverdu

Andy Murray celebrates a point against Nick Kyrgios

Andy Murray vs Nick Kyrgios match report: Murray defeats home favourite to reach Australian Open 2015 semi-finals

Murray cruised past Kyrgios 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 to book his place in the last four

Maria Sharapova celebrates victory over Eugenie Bouchard in the Australian Open quarter-finals

Australian Open 2015: Maria Sharapova breezes past Eugenie Bouchard to set-up semi-final clash with Ekaterina Makarova

Sharapova needed just 78 minutes to beat Bouchard 6-3, 6-2 while Makarova knocked out Simona Halep 6-4, 6-0

Rafael Nadal suffered a straight-sets defeat to Tomas Berdych

Australian Open 2015: Off-colour Rafael Nadal suffers shock first loss to Tomas Berdych in 18 attempts to crash out of quarter-finals

Nadal's mounting physical problems appeared to get the better of him as Berdych triumphed in straight sets 6-2, 6-0, 7-6

Australian Open 2015: Andy Murray unfazed by the antics of Aussie wild child Nick Kyrgios

Australia loves a sportsman with attitude but Nick Kyrgios’s behaviour does not meet with everyone’s approval. The 19-year-old from Canberra, who faces Andy Murray in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open here today, has already been fined a total of $6,500 (about £4,330) for three different offences at the tournament, including racket abuse and audible obscenities.

Serena Williams recovered from a set down to beat Garbine Muguruza

Australian Open 2015: Serena Williams gains revenge for French Open defeat by beating Garbine Muguruza to reach the quarter-finals

Williams will face Dominika Cibulkova after the Slovakian upset Victoria Azarenka

Eugenie Bouchard celebrate sher victory over Irina-Camelia Begu

Australian Open 2015: Eugenie Bouchard's tough talk earns shot at Maria Sharapova

Bouchard beat Irina-Camelia Begu 6-1, 5-7, 6-2

Andy Murray celebrates his win over Grigor Dimitrov

Andy Murray gets his revenge over Grigor Dimitrov to face home favourite Nick Kyrgios in Australian Open

Scot plays Australian teen Kyrgios after seeing off Dimitrov

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