Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Novak Djokovic was nearly brought to tears after an ovation from the crowd despite defeat

Novak Djokovic rests while others play prior to Wimbledon test

Most All England contenders use the extra week allotted after French Open for grass practice – not the World No 1

Andy Murray says Laura Robson ‘will probably be lacking confidence in her movement’

Laura Robson faces 'tough' comeback after injury, says Andy Murray

The Scot has had his own wrist problems in the past and knows what it is like to return after surgery

The Delgado trained Gilles Müller beat the defending champion, Grigor Dimitrov, 6-4, 7-6

Aegon Championships 2015: Jamie Delgado plots friend Andy Murray's downfall as Gilles Müller knocks out holder Grigor Dimitrov

The recently retired Briton now coaches Müller, who will face Murray in the quarter-final at Queen's club

Eugenie Bouchard faces up to losing again in the first round

Aegon Classic 2015: Eugenie Bouchard at a loss over her dismal form after latest crushing defeat

Canadian admits to being 'very, very frustrated' by her current form

Laura Robson has been out of action for 17 months

Wimbledon the target as Laura Robson starts on comeback trail

The former British No 1 last played competitively in January 2014 at the Australian Open

Andy Murray plays a backhand during his first-round win over Lu Yen-hsun

Aegon Championship 2015: Rafael Nadal runs out of gas but Andy Murray finds top gear at Queen's Club

Spaniard falls at first hurdle, while Scot recovers from slow start

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Aegon Classic 2015: Katie Swan fails to take off on her tour debut

Swan, aged 16, can take encouragement from her performance against a former Wimbledon semi-finalist

Rafael Nadal is hoping a return to Queen’s Club after a three-year absence will revive his fortunes; on his five previous appearances he went on to reach the Wimbledon final every time

Aegon Championship 2015: I've won enough Grand Slams – for now I'd rather stay free of injury, says Rafael Nadal

The Spaniard described his start to this year as 'terrible' but said he had played better in the last six weeks

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Rafael Nadal sounds a Wimbledon warning with grass victory over Victor Troicki in Stuttgart

Most top players chose to rest in the first week of the new three-week gap between the French Open and Wimbledon

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Queen's 2015: Stan Wawrinka's big choice: will he stay in the pink?

Or will everything be all white for the French Open at start of grass season?

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