Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Caroline Wozniacki savours her victory over Maria Sharapova on Sunday

US Open 2014: Caroline Wozniacki forgets troubles to sweep aside Maria Sharapova

Former world No 1 wins 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 to secure her place in quarter-final

Andy Murrary celebrates winning against Andrey Kuznetsov

US Open 2014: Andy Murray made to work for fourth round victory over Andrey Kuznetsov

Scot beats Russian 6-1, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 to set up clash with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Aleksandra Krunic

US Open: Aleksandra Krunic makes Petra Kvitova the latest big name to taste defeat

Krunic wins third round time 6-4 6-4

Andy Murray at the US Open

US Open 2014: Andy Murray again heads into the unknown against Andrey Kuznetsov

Kuznetsov, the world No 96, has more experience in Grand Slams than Murray's last opponent

Victor Estrella Burgos

US Open 2014: Victor Estrella Burgos gets Dominicans cheering

Grand Slam competitors come in all shapes, colours and sizes, but nobody is quite like Victor Estrella Burgos. Standing at 5ft 8in the world No 80 is short by modern standards, but that is not his main claim to fame.

The world No 15 John Isner has a good strike rate with his second as well as first serves

US Open 2014: John Isner shows exactly why he is men’s ace among big servers

American hits 30 in straight sets victory over Jan-Lennard Struff

Serena Williams thrashed fellow American Vania King 6-1, 6-0 yesterday

US Open 2014: Serena joins Venus in keeping America's old guard in front rank

Sisters both make it through to third round at Flushing Meadows

Sloane Stephens (above) lost to world No 96 Johanna Larsson

US Open Sloane Stephens crashes out after defeat to world no 96 Johanna Larsson

Sloane tumbles again with younger generation threatening to usurp her

Matthias Bachinger did not even get an automatic place in the US Open qualifying event

US Open 2014: Matthias Bachinger takes heart from beating Andy Murray once – when he was 14

World No 235 played 'my best match ever' to beat Radek Stepanek and reach the main draw in New York

Andy Murray in action at the US Open

US Open 2014: Andy Murray beats Robin Haase in difficult conditions

The British number one won 6-3 7-6 (8/6) 1-6 7-5

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