If it’s January it has to be MELBOURNE and the Australian Open.
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Our photographic team led by Roger and Anne Parker, alongside our editorial duo of Bill Scott and Peter Rowe will be bringing you daily coverage of the mens and womens events. Live scores, reports and reaction and the best images of tennis online!
Australian Open Men’s Semi Final: Novak Djokovic produced a near-perfect performance as he joined longtime rival Rafael Nadal in the Australian open final on Friday, crushing Lucas Pouille 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 to reach his seventh title match here. The 31-year-old
Australian Open Mens SF: Rafael Nadal unleashed his formidable game on Stefanos Tsitsipas, schooling the Greek youngster 6-2, 6-4, 6-0 on Thursday for a place in the Australian Open final. Nadal, winner of 17 Grand Slam titles, inflicted a third
Petra Kvitova is taking a fresh outlook on her life and tennis after surviving – and thriving – in the wake of knife wounds on her hands during a 2016 home invasion. The 28-year-old Czech proved the point by winning
Naomi Osaka is keeping most of her thoughts to herself on her recent coach-sack saga as the world No. 1 begins play the Dubai Championships. The Japanese-Haitian won two Grand Slam titles and rose to the top of the WTA
French showman Gael Monfils on Sunday achieved a dream with a title win at the Rotterdam Open. The flamboyant 32-year-old took down longtime friend and frequent practice partner Stan Wawrinka 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 to claim the eighth tropy of his
Reilly Opelka did it again in New York on the weekend, knocking out top-seed John Isner the same way he did in Melbourne last month, winning his New York Open semi-final in a match that set a record for combined
Home crowd favourite Diego Schwartzman saved a match point to knock out defending champion Dominic Thiem and reach the Argentina Open final on Saturday. Schwartzman, down 4-2 in the second and third sets, saved the match point at 6-5 in
Three-time grand slam champion Stan Wawrinka battled past Kei Nishikori at the ATP Tour event in Rotterdam to set up a final against Frenchman Gael Monfils. Wawrinka fired 35 winners to overcome Japanese top seed Nishikori 6-2 4-6 6-4 in