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AO increases crowds for finals

Crowd capacity at the Australian Open will be increased to 65 per cent for the remainder of the tournament. Tournament director Craig Tiley said fans

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Nadal ‘destroyed’ but wins brutal Shapo battle

Rafa Nadal survived a brutal five set thriller to oust Canadian young gun Denis Shapovalov and reach the Australian Open semi-finals on Tuesday. Playing in

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Ball girl collapses in Melbourne

An Australian Open ball girl had to be helped off the court after collapsing during a first-round match in Melbourne. The incident took place during

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Who is to blame for ‘Joke-ovic’ drama?

A week is long time in politics and the past few days seem like an eternity for Novak Djokovic and Tennis Australia as details emerge

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Rusty Osaka back to winning ways

Naomi Osaka looked a little rusty as she advanced to the second round of the Melbourne Summer Set tournament with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win

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Raducanu pulls out of AO warm-up event

US Open champion Emma Raducanu has withdrawn from next week’s Australian Open warm-up tournament in Melbourne. “The timing to compete in the first Melbourne event

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Djokovic ‘trying’ to get to Melbourne

Serbian ATP Cup captain Dusan Lajovic believes Novak Djokovic still wants to play in the Australian Open. Djokovic has repeatedly refused to say whether or

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Pavlyuchenkova latest to test positive for Covid

 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has tested positive for Covid after arriving in Australia on Tuesday. Pavlyuchenkova, 30, said she was isolating and confirmed she was fully vaccinated. “I

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First wildcards announced for Melbourne Slam

Tennis Australia has announced its first tranche of Australian Open singles wildcards, with Aussie players Daria Saville, Maddison Inglis, Sam Stosur and Storm Sanders all

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Federer to miss Melbourne, says coach

Roger Federer looks likely to miss The Australian Open in January, according to his coach Ivan Ljubicic. The former world No 1 has not played