Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Andy Murray smashes racket in China as peers barely break a sweat

Murray beat Poland’s Jerzy Janowicz 6-7 6-4 6-2

Andy Murray eager to curb mood swings on the road to ATP World Tour Finals in London

Scot looks to build on China win and book spot at season finale at the 02

Andy Murray in action at the Shenzhen Open

Andy Murray wins Shenzhen Open, his first title since Wimbledon 2013

The Scot beat Tommy Robredo in China

Murray gets the better of Monaco to make first final since Wimbledon last year

Shenzhen Open 2014: Andy Murray comes through sticky patch to reach final

Scot beats Juan Monaco 2-6, 6-3, 6-0 to set up meeting with Tommy Robredo

Andy Murray at the US Open earlier this year

Andy Murray win over Lucas Lacko moves him closer to ATP Finals

Murray beat Lucas Lacko 6-3 7-5

Gala Leon

Andy Murray’s and Rafael Nadal’s camps clash over role of women in men’s game

Gala Leon has been appointed Spain's Davis Cup captain

Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates winning the second set against Australia's Nick Kyrgios during their men's singles fourth round match on day eight of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London

Rafael Nadal primed to make long-awaited return to action at the China Open

Spaniard set to play full Autumn schedule despite not playing for three months

Andy Murray won three titles running in Asia in 2011 and now hopes to do the same again

ATP World Tour Finals: Three stops in China can be way to London for Andy Murray

Tournament at the O2 begins in November

Mirjana Lucic-Baroni won the title in Quebec 16 years after her previous WTA tour triumph

Revitalised Mirjana Lucic-Baroni ends 16-year wait for another trophy by beating Venus Williams

Croat took the title at the Tournoi de Québec

Roger Federer celebrates with Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi (left) and Stanislas Wawrinka

Roger Federer enters new territory with Swiss in Davis Cup final

There are very few occasions in tennis that are new to Roger Federer but playing in the Davis Cup final later this year will be one of them. France will have home advantage, at a venue to be decided, when they stage the 2014 final in two months’ time, but Federer’s Switzerland will be the firm favourites.

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