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 QF: Novak Dkjokovic tightened his stranglehold on this edition of the Australian Open as the top seed rolled injured Kei Nishikori 6-1, 4-1 with Asia’s top player forced to retire with a thigh injury. The Wednesday win
Australian Open Men’s QF: Rafael Nadal demolished Frances Tiafoe 6-3, 6-4, 6-2, on Tuesday, putting himself into a sixth Australian Open semi-final. After defeating the 21-year-old who celebrated his birthday a day earlier, the 32-year-old second seed Nadal will face
A South Korean player tipped a few years ago for a breakthrough has stalled once again due to injury. Chung Hyeon, title-winner in 2017 at the inaugural edition of the NextGen Cup in Milan, has been forced to withdraw from
Nicolas Massu leads the cheering from Thiem’s player box Photo Chryslene Caillaud As he starts to pare down his role as longtime coach of Domic Thiem, Gunter Bresnik cannot help but be impressed with tennis ace he has created over
Brothers in knees? Delpo commiserates with fellow knee-injury victim Rafa in US Open 2018 Photo Roger Parker ISF Juan Martin del Potro’s season has moved from bad to worse, with the Argentine due to miss the Miami Masters with a