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The Russian has lost in two previous finals

Novak Djokovic of Serbia walks off court after shaking hands at the net after his straight victory against Somdev Devvarma

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Maria Sharapova won her second Indian Wells title yesterday

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Rafael Nadal surprises Roger Federer with victory at Indian Wells

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Roger Draper is stepping down

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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.

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British number one into fourth round of BNP Paribas Open

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Roger Federer races through at Indian Wells

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Living up to her reputation as a Wimbledon champion has not always been easy for Petra Kvitova, but there have been signs in the last fortnight that the 22-year-old Czech is recapturing the form that took her to within two victories of becoming the world No 1 at the start of last year.

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Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka will pay financial and ranking points penalties following their late withdrawals from this week's Dubai Duty Free Championships.

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Serena Williams joins Victoria Azarenka on the list of absentees for the Dubai Duty Free Championships

World number one pulls out with 'back problems'

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Victoria Azarenka woe extends Serena Williams's stop at the top

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BT boss aims to score with football

Ian Livingston has his eye on ESPN's live rights as he pushes the telecoms giant into the world of pay-TV and takes on arch-rival Sky, reports Gideon Spanier
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Serena Williams confirmed as the oldest ever world number one

American returns to the top of the rankings

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