Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Novak Djokovic celebrates his win over Stan Wawrinka

Australian Open 2015: Novak Djokovic sets up final against Andy Murray after overcoming Stan Wawrinka test

The Serbian world No 1 won 7-6 (7-1) 3-6 6-4 4-6 6-0

Andy Murray reaches the final of the Australian Open after beating Tomas Berdych in another impressive display, but the match was marred by ill feeling

Kim Sears: Andy Murray defends fiancée's for outburst after a bad-tempered march to final

Television cameras caught Ms Sears apparently swearing at the Scot's opponent Tomas Berdych during their semi-final clash

Laura Robson has had to wait patiently to recover from surgery on her wrist injury

Laura Robson 'champing at the bit' as she plans comeback

Amidst all the satisfaction over Britain’s fine start to the year thanks to the efforts of Andy Murray, Heather Watson, James Ward, Kyle Edmund and Liam Broady, one familiar face has been missing during the Australian summer.

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Australian Open 2015: Maria Sharapova tries to stay calm in effort to break Serena Williams curse

The American has beaten her 15 times in a row, a sequence dating back to 2004

Andy Murray unleashes a forehand during his impressive victory over Tomas Berdych in Melbourne yesterday

Australian Open 2015: Andy Murray dismisses Tomas Berdych to set up another final test

Scot can break tournament hoodoo after another strong, controlled display

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Australian Open 2015: Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova set up all-star final in Melbourne

The pair beat their respective countrywomen, Madison Keys and Ekaterina Makarova, in their semi-finals

Australian Open 2015: Dani Vallverdu plays down Tomas Berdych’s inside line on Andy Murray

Vallverdu left Murray weeks ago to coach Berdych

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

Two go head-to-head on Friday

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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

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