Sport Andy Murray wins the Valencia Open

Murray saved five match points to beat Tommy Robredo 3-6 7-6 7-6

Andy Murray took just 73 minutes to beat Feliciano Lopez in the Miami Masters

Miami Masters 2014: Andy Murray relaxed with life after Ivan Lendl as he crushes Feliciano Lopez

Murray defeated the Spaniard 6-4, 6-1 in just 73 minutes

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 28 January 2014

Gerrard discovers new tension in Mersey rivalry

Australian Open 2014: Roger Federer drawing from the Stefan Edberg effect ahead of semi-final with Rafael Nadal

The Swede has worked with Roger Federer for just a fortnight but has already helped him get back close to his best – and, the former world No 1 tells paul newman in Melbourne, that involves more than volleying

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 23 January 2014

Sunderland win on penalties to book date at Wembley

Roger Federer is in his best form since his 2012 Wimbledon success, claims Greg Rusedski

Australian Open 2014: Roger Federer has let himself begin 'dreaming' of an 18th Grand Slam title

After beating Andy Murray the former world number one will meet Rafael Nadal in the semi-final

Roger Federer is in his best form since his 2012 Wimbledon success, claims Greg Rusedski

Australian Open 2014: Victory in Melbourne would be Roger Federer's 'biggest triumph', claims Martina Navratilova

Andy Murray could also rank the achievement among his greatest triumphs due to the difficult draw

Jamie Murray (L) suffered from heat stroke following his victory with doubles partner John Peers (R) over Matt Reid and Luke Saville at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: Jamie Murray blames heatstroke on oversleeping which hampered preparations for doubles match

Murray required several hours treatment following the first round victory after playing in extreme temperatures of over 40C

Feliciano Lopez is hoping his new skinhead look will lead to a change in fortunes when he takes on Andy Murray in the Australian Open third round

Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray opponent Feliciano Lopez upsets Judy Murray by getting a hair cut

Dubbed 'Deliciano' by Judy Murray, Lopez is hoping that his new approach to 2014 will lead to a victory when he takes on her son for a place in the fourth round

A ballboy faints in the heat, as Melbourne heads towards 43 degrees celsius during day two of the 2014 Australian Open at Melbourne Park

Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray among those to criticise 'inhumane' organisers as temperatures top 42C

A player and a ball boy collapsed on the courts in Melbourne

Andy Murray takes a much-needed drinks break during training at Melbourne Park

Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray and co prepare for 'inhuman' heatwave of 40C in Melbourne

The tournament has an “extreme heat policy” under which the referee can suspend play on outside courts and close the roofs

Andy Murray lost to Lleyton Hewitt in an exhibition match yesterday but says his back feels fine

Australian Open: Andy Murray ready for the heat after back surgery pays off

Andy Murray wrapped up his public preparations for next week’s Australian Open by losing an exhibition match to Lleyton Hewitt here in Melbourne yesterday, but is in a good frame of mind.

Boris Becker, top, Ivan Lendl, who had no experience of coaching before joining Andy Murray apart from running a junior academy in the United States, and Stefan Edberg, Federer's newest coach

Trending now: Tennis celebrity coaches with an 80s twist

Andy Murray started the craze, but is there an advantage to enlisting a Grand Slam winner from over 20 years ago as coach

Andy Murray will face Go Saeda of Japan in the first round of the Australian Open.

Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray to face Japan's Go Soeda as he is drawn in same half as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic

Laura Robson will face Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens in the women's draw

Rory McIlroy will be hoping for a far better year after a miserable 2013

Why 2014 promises to be glorious for Andy Murray in Melbourne, Rory McIlroy at the Masters, Katie Summerhayes in Sochi and Jos Buttler behind the stumps

Fate is calling Murray and Australia offers his best shot at a third Grand Slam win

Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg in 2012 - Edberg is joining Federer's coaching team

Roger Federer hires Stefan Edberg to join Eighties tribute band

Roger Federer has become the latest player to recruit a 1980s great, with Stefan Edberg joining the former world  No 1’s coaching team.

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