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Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Andy Murray reacts after losing a point to Novak Djokovic during the men's final match at the Miami Open

Miami Masters 2015 final: Andy Murray wilts as Novak Djokovic reinforces dominance

Murray gave as good as he got in the first two sets only to see Djokovic take command in the latter stages

Andy Murray beat Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-4 to reach the final of the Miami Masters

Miami Masters 2015: Andy Murray masters Thomas Berdych to march into final against Novak Djokovic

Murray's victory levelled their head-to-head record at six wins apiece

Serena Williams is 1-16 with some bookies to win the Miami Open on Saturday

Miami Open 2015: Serena Williams aims to keep vice-like grip on Miami

The 33-year-old will play in her 10th Miami Open final

Andy Murray makes a forehand return during his win over Santiago Giraldo

Miami Masters: Andy Murray just one win away from 500 after seeing off Santiago Giraldo

Murray, twice a champion at the Miami Masters, needed just 84 minutes to beat Giraldo 6-3, 6-4

Heather Watson battled valiantly against the world No 15

Miami Masters 2015: Heather Watson’s Miami hopes are gone with the wind

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Andy Murray's trickery proves to be an ill wind for Donald Young

Murray needed just 82 minutes to beat the 25-year-old American

Daria Gavrilova beat Sharapova 7-6, 6-3

Gavrilova adds to Miami woes of 'idol' Sharapova

Sharapova has lost all five of the finals she has reached at Crandon Park, but this year she did not even make it past her first hurdle

Andy Murray roars after beating Donald Young in the Davis Cup

Miami Masters 2015: Andy Murray ready to inflict yet more misery on Donald Young

The pair met in Glasgow earlier this month

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Super-fit Caroline Wozniacki follows Rocky road to keep game running

Few players in women’s tennis are as fit as Wozniacki

Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki in January last year – four months before they split up

'I grew up so much after Rory left': Wozniacki on the end of her relationship with McIlroy

In an exclusive interview, Caroline Wozniacki talks openly and honestly to Paul Newman about her anguish at the end of her relationship with Rory McIlroy

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