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Rafael Nadal holds the
huge Mexican Open
trophy after his win
on Saturday

Tennis's Fab Four reunited again at Indian Wells after travelling on long and winding road

It has been nine months since the Fab Four last performed together but Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal will finally share the same stage again this week. Since they last appeared together in the same tournament, at Wimbledon last summer, the game's four biggest names have taken widely different routes to the Indian Wells Masters, where the top seeds will enter the fray next weekend.

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Brad Drewett, the head of men’s tennis, is to step down from his post after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease

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Andy Murray defended his Brisbane International title with a straight-sets win over 21-year-old Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov.

Andy Murray reaches Brisbane final after Niksikori retires injured

Andy Murray is back where he kicked off his breakthrough 2012 season and his working partnership with Ivan Lendl, only one win away from successfully defending his title at the Brisbane International.

Andy Murray alongside Novak Djokovic after the US Open final

ATP opposes US Open extension

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Newman given excellence award by ATP

Paul Newman, The Independent's tennis correspondent, was honoured last night in the Association of Tennis Professionals' annual World Tour Awards. Newman won the Ron Bookman Media Excellence Award, given each year to a journalist "who has made significant contributions to the game of tennis".

Andy Murray at the O2

Andy Murray welcomes ATP World Tour Finals contract extension for O2 Arena

Andy Murray welcomed the decision to keep the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London but left himself with work to do to extend his own campaign at the O2 Arena this year.

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