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An intrepid Dutch journalist snapped a picture of the British Number One's match-day checklist

Captain Leon Smith punches the air during Britain’s victory over Russia

Davis Cup: GB reward for Russia victory may be tie against Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer

Leon Smith's team will learn their next opponents on Wednesday

True brit: Jonny Marray plays a backhand watched by Colin Fleming on their way to a straight- sets victory

Jonny Marray and Colin Fleming give GB faint chance

Doubles pair bring Davis Cup tie against Russia back to 2-1 but team need two tough singles victories

James Ward (No 214) will be Britain’s lead singles player

Ross Hutchins helping Britain while he battles cancer

Doubles player pores over videos of Davis Cup opponents, as Ward leads singles charge

Masters stroke: Andy Murray hits a forehand in the win over Richard Gasquet which put him through to the final

Andy Murray is one win away from rising to world No 2

Victory in today's Miami Masters final will lift Scot above Roger Federer

Andy Murray fights back against Richard Gasquet at Miami Open to book final place with David Ferrer

British number one Andy Murray held off a strong challenge from Richard Gasquet to claim a 6-7, 6-1, 6-2 win and book a place in the Sony Open final against David Ferrer.

Lisa Raymond and Laura Robson (right) play in the Miami Masters women’s doubles final tomorrow

Odd couple Robson and Raymond could be crowned queens of Miami

Laura Robson and Lisa Raymond are unlikely doubles partners, but the 19-year-old Briton and the 39-year-old American have reached Sunday’s final in Miami in their first tournament together.

Tommy Haas (left) beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets in 80 minutes

Miami Masters: Novak Djokovic shock opens No 2 door for Andy Murray

Andy Murray knows he still has to win his next three matches to become the world No 2 but he has been handed an outstanding opportunity to overtake Roger Federer in the rankings this weekend.

Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova powers on in search of maiden Miami Masters victory

The Russian has lost in two previous finals

Andy Murray plays Australia’s Bernard Tomic in Miami today

At home in Miami, Andy Murray's aiming to move up to No 2

Andy Murray has spent more time at his second home in Miami than he has in Britain over the last four months but the Scot is hoping to extend his latest stay in Florida by at least a week.

Roger Draper is stepping down

Roger Draper to quit LTA after years of criticism

Roger Draper, one of the most criticised figures in the recent history of British sports administration, is to step down from his post as chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association in September. The announcement follows the recent appointment of David Gregson as independent chairman of the LTA board.

Andy Murray in action at Indian Wells

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic advance at Indian Wells

British number one into fourth round of BNP Paribas Open

Andy Murray in action at Indian Wells

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray battle through at Indian Wells

Pair reach the third round of the BNP Paribas Open

Serb and volley: Novak Djokovic is 3,700 points clear of Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic's Dubai victory widens gulf to his rivals

The Novak Djokovic bandwagon is showing no signs of slowing down. The world No 1 won his 18th match in a row here last night, beating Tomas Berdych 7-5 6-3 to claim his fourth title in the past five years at the Dubai Duty Free Championships and extend the ever-widening gap between himself and his rivals at the top of the world rankings.

My 100 per cent record against Andy Murray has no bearing on our semi-final match, says Roger Federer

Pair meet in the Australian Open tomorrow morning

Andy Murray is besieged by autograph hunters at the Australian Open

Opponents crushed as Andy Murray and Roger Federer head for Australian Open collision

Rivals are merciless on their way to likely semi-final meeting at Australian Open

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