Paul Newman

Paul Newman is Tennis Correspondent for The Independent.

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Heather Watson: Andy Murray taught me not to get mad

Heather Watson reveals what she learnt from playing with Scot as she prepares for early-season Australian Open

Andy Murray saw off Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals

Andy Murray reveals he is seeing sports psychologist after change of heart

EXCLUSIVE: Scot has been working with one 'for a number of months'

Andy Murray delighted with his warm-up for Australian Open 2015

The Scot has been competing in the Hopman Cup

Andy Murray warms up at 44C for opening win

Scot was impressive on first day of Hopman Cup

Serena Williams washes down bagel with an on-court coffee

World No 1 asked for a double espresso in the middle of the game

Andy Murray won the Mubadala World Tennis Championship at the weekend

Hopman Cup 2015: Heat is on for Andy Murray and Heather Watson in Australia debut

British No 1s braced for temperatures over 40C as they team up for first time in Hopman Cup

Sports Quiz of the Year part 2

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014 - part two: How much can you remember from the past 12 months?

These sporting moments stood out at the time, but how much of the past 12 months can you now recall, asks Paul Newman

Sports Quiz of the Year part 2

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014 - part two: The Answers

The 50 answers to our bumper second part of our sport quiz of the year

Hitting back: Murray has high hopes of returning to peak form in 2015

Resurgent Andy Murray aims to make mark

Murray will return to action on New Year’s Day when he faces Gaël Monfils at the “Mubadala World Tennis Championship” exhibition event in Abu Dhabi

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014: The Questions

Are you quite the sporting mastermind?

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