Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Novak Djokovic after winning last year’s ATP World Tour Finals at London’s O2 Arena

ATP World Tour Finals: Old order in men's game showing no signs of collapse yet

Despite Nishikori, Raonic and Cilic appearing at O2, Big Four still rule

Amelie Mauresmo makes mark as Andy Murray puts back into it

London’s ATP World Tour Finals is just a staging post as Andy Murray battles his way back to peak fitness. His coach, Amelie Mauresmo, has big plans for their first full season together, but first she wants to see the British No 1 back in the top four

Marin Cilic shows off the US Open men’s trophy at the top of the Rockefeller Centre in New York

Marin Cilic seeks quiet to say thanks for New York

Winning the US Open changed the Croat’s life – and secured a place at the O2 next week. A deeply religious man, he tells Paul Newman how he wants to make a pilgrimage back home

Andy Murray reaches for a return during his victory over Grigor Dimitrov in Paris yesterday

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic drawn apart for ATP World Tour Finals in London

Scot will be relieved to learn he is not in the same section as the world No 1

Novak Djokovic brushed aside Canada’s Milos Raonic 6-2, 6-3 to win the Paris Masters

Novak Djokovic puts No 1 spot nearly out of reach for Roger Federer

Djokovic won the Paris Masters on Sunday

Andy Murray of Great Britain smiles in his quarterfinal match against Novak Djokovic
Switzerland's Roger Federer (R) walks to his seat after loosing the first set against Canada's Milos Raonic

Paris Masters 2014: ATP World Tour Finals still calling Milos Raonic as missile serve fillets Roger Federer

Federer's run comes to an end in 7-6, 7-5 defeat

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Caroline Wozniacki, who runs this weekend, is thought to be the first active top-level tennis pro to enter a marathon

Andy Murray reaches for a return during his victory over Grigor Dimitrov in Paris yesterday

After 22 matches in 36 days – in four countries – Andy Murray’s off to London

Scot stretches himself to the point of exhaustion to reach World Tour Finals

Andy Murray celebrates his win over Julien Benneteau

Andy Murray looks to long term, coach Amelie Mauresmo to 'adventure'

Murray won 6-3, 6-4 in the second round in Paris today

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