Serena confirmed for eighth Australian Open title tilt
Seven times champion Serena Williams will be back at the Australian Open in 2019 having missed her title defence this year after giving birth, organisers said Tuesday.
Murray to make comeback at Queen's
Former world number one Andy Murray will return to competitive action after almost a year's hiatus at next week's Queen's ATP tournament, organisers announced on Saturday. The 31-year-old Scot has not played a competitive match since he was knocked out of the Wimbledon quarter-finals last July, a hip injury ending his season. He underwent surgery…
Dimitrov defeats Kyrgios to reach quarter-finals of Australian Open
Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov ended home hopes of a first men’s champion in 42 years with victory over Nick Kyrgios at the Australian Open.
Kerber crushes Sharapova in ex-champs showdown at Ope
Angelique Kerber crushed Maria Sharapova in straight sets in a battle of former champions at the Australian Open on Saturday.
At 2018 Australian Open, Kyrgios defeats Tsonga to raise host’s title hope
Nick Kyrgios raised Australia’s hopes when he defeated French powerhouse Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in a battle of power on the Road Laver Arena. Over a period of two hours and thirteen minutes, the two sluggers fired canons at each other but in the end the home-country favourite prevailed in four sets 7/6(4); 4/6; 7/6(8); 7/6(5). In…
Federer in right space as Open rivals play catch up
Roger Federer says tennis is "definitely a lot of fun" as he embarks on an Australian Open shrouded in mystery over the fitness and mindset of his major rivals in the next fortnight.
2018 Australian open preview
There will be no defending Women’s Champion when the Australian Open kicks off tomorrow, while Roger Federer will be seeking a second consecutive title. Serena Williams had indicated her resolve to defend the title she won off her sister. After having her first child, she did not compete in any tournament until the Exhibition in…
Simona Halep’s long climb to WTA’s top position
The Women Tennis Association season ended with the final event in Singapore. It was the conclusion of a year without a single player dominating the major events.
Federer thanks lucky stars for Nadal fightback
Roger Federer has admitted his year would have been "very different" had he not battled back from a 1-3 fifth-set deficit in his Australian Open triumph against Rafael Nadal.