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Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Sloane Stephens (above) lost to world No 96 Johanna Larsson

US Open Sloane Stephens crashes out after defeat to world no 96 Johanna Larsson

Sloane tumbles again with younger generation threatening to usurp her

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US Open 2014: Matthias Bachinger takes heart from beating Andy Murray once – when he was 14

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Andy Murray in action at the US Open

US Open 2014: Andy Murray beats Robin Haase in difficult conditions

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Eugenie Bouchard comes to terms with her defeat in this year’s Wimbledon final

US Open 2014: Eugenie Bouchard stays cool in face of NY expectation

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Misfiring Andy Murray chews the fat with Rory McIlroy ahead of US Open

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Andy Murray will be back in top four next year, says Brad Gilbert

Ex-coach tips Scot to recover form despite his tough draw in New York

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Britain’s No 1 goes into US Open with new attacking game and added determination

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US Open 2014: Andy Murray insists he is back to his best ahead after barren spell

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US Open 2014: Why has Novak Djokovic gone from wonderful to woeful in space of months?

The Serb is struggling to find form heading into last Grand Slam of year

Andy Murray has not beaten an opponent ranked in the top 10 since winning Wimbledon

US Open 2014: Andy Murray faces tough route against old rivals from the outset in New York

Haase, Stepanek, Verdasco, Tsonga, Djokovic, Wawrinka and Federer are all possible opponents on the Scot's quest to win a second crown at Flushing Meadows

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