- Australian Open day six schedule and matches to watch
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- AO men’s Day 5
- WATCH: Brilliant Barty beats Giorgi in straight sets
- AO women’s Day 5
- Osaka crashes out as Anisimova marches on
- Blister-plagued Raducanu ignored advice to skip AO
- Berrettini shrugs off injury jinx to oust Alcaraz
WTA elites led by former Australian Open champions Naomi Osaka and Victoria Azarenka are pressing the WTA to nail down the whereabouts of Chinese player
Andy Murray will plough ahead this season after a heartbreak second-round loss on Thursday to exit the Australian Open. The Scot went down to Japanese
Daniil Medvedev battled fan distractions as well as local opponent Nick Kyrgios on Thursday to reach the Australian Open third round 7-6(1), 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.
There was an upset today on Margaret Court Arena, as Danka Kovinic took out the US Open champion. Emma Raducanu was struggling with hand blisters
Fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas stayed firmly in the Australian Open title chase on Thursday with the Greek posting a pain-free victory into the third round.
Title rivals tumbled in second-round shocks on Thursday at the Australian Open, with third seed Garbine Muguruza and No. 6 Anette Kontaveit sent packing. Spain’s
Andy Murray’s fairytale return to Melbourne ended on Thursday night, beaten in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 by qualifier Taro Daniel. The world No. 120,
The ATP has laid down the law to players, telling competitors they must be fully vaxxed in order to play this season. The sanctioning body