Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Karolina Pliskova: Winning is becoming a habit for the much-improved Czech

Pliskova, 22, won her 18th match of the season

Andy Murray join forces with brother Jamie to face American brothers in vital Davis Cup clash

Andy and Jamie set for vital Davis Cup doubles clash in Glasgow against Americans Bob and Mike Bryan

Victoria Azarenka all smiles after beating Angelique Kerber in Qatar

Azarenka played her first match

Andy Murray looks on as Novak Djokovic receives the Australian Open trophy at Melbourne Park nine days ago

Australian Open: Andy Murray willing to talk with Novak Djokovic about Melbourne 'distractions'

Murray said he had been very pleased with his form overall, if disappointed by the final outcome

Serena Williams at her last match at Indian Wells in 2001

Indian Wells 2015: Serena Williams ends tournament boycott 14 years after suffering racial abuse from crowd

Her father, Richard, said the events of 2001 had 'disgraced America'

Novak Djokovic took the Australian Open title with a four-set 7-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-0 victory (Getty)

Australian Open: Novak Djokovic wants to talk with Andy Murray to end hard feelings after final controversy

World No 1 insists he has 'nothing to hide' after Australian Open controversy

Amélie Mauresmo was pleased with ‘two good weeks’ despite the disappointment of final defeat

Australian Open 2015: Amelie Mauresmo finds a silver lining in Andy Murray's progress

Murray's coach is pleased with his progress despite Sunday's final defeat

Kim Sears owned her 'potty mouth'

Australian Open 2015: 'Explicit' Kim Sears has humour off to a T

'I saw that she bought it yesterday,' fiancé Andy Murray said

Australian Open 2015: Andy Murray left frustrated by repeated Novak Djokovic 'distractions' in final defeat

Scot appeared far from happy with Djokovic's behaviour

Serena Williams shows off her trophy during a photocall in Melbourne on Sunday

Australian Open: Serena Williams is simply ace and her game is getting even better with practice

'Imagine how good I would be if we hadn’t been talking so much'

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