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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
The German has been drafted in as coach
The British number one gets underway in Melbourne on Tuesday
Heather Watson and Johanna Konta posted victories in Australian Open qualifying, but there was disappointment for fellow British player Dan Evans.
Greg Rusedski believes that Andy Murray’s main goal when he returns to competition in the new year will be to become world No 1.
A closer look at the 10 sportsmen and women shortlisted for the award
American coach Nick Saviano and Jesse Witten will work with the 19-year-old
No wonder Rafael Nadal did a joyful jig, punching the air in delight. Not only did a 7-6, 7-6 victory over Stanislas Wawrinka at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals secure his place in the semi-finals but it also ensured that he would end the year as world No 1.
Briton seals first win over a top-50 player since Wimbledon
It will be the third time the American has turned the year as world number one
British number one dropped just six games in straight sets win
The British number one will play 16-year-old Borna Coric
The former world number one had been dreaming of a sixth US Open title
After battling to break even on the unglamorous and sometimes corrupt ITF Circuit, the rarefied air of Flushing Meadows is a welcome change for the young British ace
British qualifier finds his feet after losing first set 6-1 and outplays highly rated Australian
Paul McGinley has revealed two key elements of his Ryder Cup captaincy strategy that could create doubt about some of Europe's biggest golfing names winning a place to play in his team at Gleneagles next year.