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Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka appear to have forgotten their dispute at the weekend

Davis Cup 2014: Swiss Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka presenting united front

Mirka, Federer's wife, infuriated Wawrinka last week with 'cry baby' taunt

Stan Wawrinka and Roger Federer, right, at the net straight after their three-set semi-final at the O2 Arena in London, when Federer won after saving four match points

Disunity puts pressure on Federer and Wawrinka ahead of Davis Cup final

Further details of post-match confrontation emerge

Bryan brothers Bob and Mike hold the doubles trophy aloft

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Bryan brothers serve up fourth doubles title

It has been another remarkable year for the twins, who claimed the 100th title of their careers when they won the US Open

Andy Murray during the exhibition game against Djokovic

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Andy Murray steps in as injured Roger Federer pulls out of final against Novak Djokovic in London

Fitness concern and alleged fall-out with Wawrinka cast a shadow over Switzerland’s Davis Cup final hopes

Rodger Federer returns to fellow Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka during their semi-final singles match

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic set for showdown after semi-final success

The Swiss beat compatriot Stan Wawrinka, while the World No 1 triumphed over Kei Nishikori to reach the final at London's O2 Arena

Novak Djokovic in action at the ATP World Tour Finals in London

Supreme Novak Djokovic will end 2014 as world No 1

Serbian beat Tomas Berdych 6-2, 6-2 on Friday

Andy Murray reacts during his defeat to Roger Federer at the O2 Arena on Thursday

Andy Murray is on verge of burnout, claims John McEnroe

British No 1's loss to Federer shows he is exhausted, says American ex-player

A forlorn Andy Murray after being thrashed by Roger Federer at the 02 Arena yesterday
Novak Djokovic celebrates victory over Stanislas Wawrinka

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Hard life suits Novak Djokovic as he looks to continue hot streak

The world number one has looked in ominous form

Andy Murray, pictured signing autographs, admitted the crowd’s loyalties would be split when he plays Roger Federer

ATP World Tour Finals 2014: Roger Federer stands in the way of Andy Murray’s finale hope

Scot likely to need first O2 victory over world No 2 to reach semi-finals

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