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Sports - Tennis

Rising star de Minaur expanding horizons

The sky is the limit despite a first-round Australian Open loss for 18-year-old star Alex de Minaur, who catapulted himself into the limelight this summer.

Barty ready to turn up the heat at Open

Ashleigh Barty isn't fazed by possible 38-degree temperatures after her win over Aryna Sabalenka set up a second-round Australian Open clash with Camila Giorgi.

Kyrgios expecting fight from Serb Troicki

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios says he is expecting veteran Viktor Troicki to be in it for the long haul as the pair battle for an Open third-round berth.

Barty wins through at Australian Open

Ashleigh Barty was the only Australian winner on day two of the Australian Open, overcoming a determined challenge from Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka.

Kerber's summer tennis stroll continues

Former Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber has extended her summer winning streak to 10 matches with a comfortable first-round victory at Melbourne Park.

Berdych beats down de Minaur at Open

Australian teenager Alex de Minaur was clearly hampered by injury in a four-set first-round loss to Tomas Berdych at Melbourne Park.

Federer into Australian Open second round

	ROGER FEDERER of Switzerland in action in the Nitto ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena in London, England.  Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Returning Australian Open champion Roger Federer needed just an hour and 39 minutes to defeat Slovenian first-round opponent Aljaz Bedene.

Muguruza moves into Open second round

GARBINE MUGURUZA of Spain plays a backhand during the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global at Singapore Sports Hub i  Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Garbine Muguruza is through to the Australian Open second round after shrugging off injury concerns to eliminate France's Jessika Ponchet.

Kokkinakis campaign ended by Medvedev

THANASI KOKKINAKIS of Australia serves in his singles match against David Goffin of Belgium on day five of the 2018 Hopman Cup 2018.  Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images

Local hope Thanasi Kokkinakis says his body is a 'shambles' after falling to in-form Russian Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open first round.

Djokovic rejects talk of Open boycott    

Six-times winner Novak Djokovic denies calling for a potential boycott of next year's Australian Open amid a push for more money for players at grand slams.

How the Australians fared at the Open

Every Australian in daytime action on Tuesday at Melbourne Park has lost their first-round match.

Locals bow out of Australian Open

	JORDAN THOMPSON of Australia plays a backhand against Paolo Lorentzi of Italy during the 2018 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic P  Photo by Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images

Davis Cup player Jordan Thompson and fellow locals Ajla Tomjlanovic and Lizette Cabrera have lost their first-round matches at the Australian Open.

Australian Open Day 3 must-see matchups

Must-see matches on the third day of the 2018 Australian Open.

Halep downs Australian teen Aiava    

World No.1 Simona Halep has made a winning start to her Australian Open campaign, having ousted teenage wildcard Destanee Aiava.

Wawrinka wins in injury return at Open    

Three-time grand slam champion Stan Wawrinka has made a successful return to tennis with a gritty four-set Australian Open win.

Djokovic marks Open return with easy win    

A new service action to protect his injured elbow hasn't hindered Novak Djokovic in a rampant first-round win at the Australian Open.

Fourth seed Zverev through to round two

ALEXANDER ZVEREV of Germany plays a forehand during the Nitto ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena in London, England.  Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images

Into the Australian Open second round, Alexander Zverev says nothing has changed in his rise to the top echelon but a grand slam might make a difference.

Thompson blasts ref in five-set Open loss

	JORDAN THOMPSON of Australia plays a backhand against Paolo Lorentzi of Italy during the 2018 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic P  Photo by Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images

Davis Cup star Jordan Thompson has blasted a match official after a controversial call stalled his five-set fightback at the Australian Open.

Raonic bows out of Open in round one shock    

Former world No.3 Milos Raonic is a first-round casualty at the Australian Open, falling to veteran Slovakian Lukas Lacko.

Sharapova explains her Open comeback    

Former world No.1 Maria Sharapova says she's delighted to have made a successful Australian Open return after missing last year during a doping suspension.

Kerber's summer stroll continues

Former Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber has extended her summer winning streak to 10 matches with a comfortable first-round victory at Melbourne Park.

Local trio bow out of Australian Open    

Davis Cup player Jordan Thompson and fellow locals Ajla Tomjlanovic and Lizette Cabrera have lost their first-round matches at the Australian Open.

Pliskova powers into Open second round    

Big-serving former world No.1 Karolina Pliskova has wasted little time powering her way into the second round of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Konta berry happy with Australian Open win    

Britain's Johanna Konta has demolished American Madison Brengle in the first round of the Australian Open.

Show us the money: Djokovic wants more    

Six-times Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic is leading a push for tennis stars to receive a higher percentage of profits generated from grand slam events.

Kyrgios the king of Open's People's Court

NICK KYRGIOS of Australia serves during the Men's singles final match of the 2017 China Open at the China National Tennis Centre in Bei  Photo by Emmanuel Wong/Getty Images

Nick Kyrgios is drawing on the memories of his 2015 run to the Australian Open quarter-finals as he looks to go even deeper at his home grand slam this year.

Aussie Tomljanovic bites the dust at Open    

Wildcard Ajla Tomljanovic has been knocked out of the Australian Open early on day two, while Ashleigh Barty awaits her tournament opener.

Gavrilova in first-round Open cakewalk

	DARIA GAVRILOVA of Australia celebrates winning a point during the quarter final match of The Aegon Classic Birmingham at Edgbaston Pri  Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images

Australian No.2 Daria Gavrilova is through to the second round of the Australian Open with a stunning win over Irina Falconi.

Nadal makes short work of Dominican rival

RAFAEL NADAL of Spain chases a shot during the Rolex Paris Masters at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France.  Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

World No.1 Rafael Nadal has shrugged off his lack of Australian Open preparation to surge into the second round with an easy win.

Millman wins but Kubler, Bolt out of Open

	JOHN MILLMAN of Australia returns a shot in a Men's Singles match of the 2017 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Cent  Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

John Millman has upset fancied Croatian Borna Coric as local wildcards Jason Kubler and Alex Bolt lost their opening-round matches at the Australian Open.

How the Aussies fared at the Open

Every Australian in daytime action on Tuesday at Melbourne Park has lost their first-round match.

Kyrgios does it easy at Australian Open

	NICK KYRGIOS of Australia returns a shot in China Open 2017 at the China National Tennis Centre in Beijing.  Photo by Etienne Oliveau/Getty Images

With the help of his lethal serve, Nick Kyrgios has crashed his way into the second round of the Australian Open, defeating Brazil's Rogerio Dutra Silva.

Wozniacki waltzes into Open second round    

Resurgent Dane Caroline Wozniacki is into the Australian Open second round after a straight-sets win over Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu.

Australian Open Day Two must-see matchups

Must-see matches on the first day of the 2018 Australian Open.

Kubler, Bolt lose at Open    

Local wildcards Jason Kubler and Alex Bolt have lost their opening-round matches at the Australian Open.

Day one snapshot from the Australian Open

Former champion Angelique Kerber has powered to her 10th straight win of the summer on day two of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Ebden eyes Davis Cup after ousting Isner    

In-form Matt Ebden wants Australia's second Davis Cup berth after upsetting 16th seed American John Isner on the opening day of the Australian Open.

Same old Stosur crashes out of the Open

Australian tennis star Samantha Stosur has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in a three-set loss to Monica Puig at the Australian Open.

Rogowska wins all-Australian Open affair    

Unseeded Australian Olivia Rogowska has knocked out compatriot Jaimee Fourlis to book her place in the Australian Open's second round.

Stephens bundled out of the Australian Open

Sloane Stephens of the United States reacts in her first-round match against Shuai Zhang of China on day one of the 2018 Australian Open. January 15, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.

In a three-set opening-round upset, Sloane Stephens of the United States has been bundled out of the Australian Open by unseeded Zhang Shuai of China.

Third seed Dimitrov romps into round two    

Bulgarian third seed Grigor Dimitrov has breezed past Austrian qualifier Dennis Novak in their first-round meeting at the Australian Open.

CoCo goes troppo as Americans flop at Open

Every American seed in action - CoCo Vandeweghe and Venus Williams included - were among a host of US losers on day one of the Australian Open.

Aussie Ebden upsets American Isner    

In-form Matt Ebden has upset 16th seed John Isner in round one of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Stephens out in shock Australian Open loss

US Open champion Sloane Stephens has been bundled out of the Australian Open in a three-set opening-round upset to unseeded Chinese battler Zhang Shuai.

Venus Williams out of the Australian Open

Veteran American Venus Williams won't be repeating her 2017 run to the Australian Open final after crashing to a first-round loss to hot Swiss Belinda Bencic.

Kubler out in four sets at Australian Open    

Local wildcard Jason Kubler has gone down to Spanish 10th seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the opening round of the Australian Open.

Stephens bundled out of Australian Open    

US Open champion Sloane Stephens has been bundled out of the Australian Open in a tough opening-round loss to unseeded Chinese battler Zhang Shuai.

Ostapenko into Australian Open 2nd round    

French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko has raced into the second round of the Australian Open with a straight-sets win over Italian veteran Francesca Schiavone.

Kubler fighting hard at Melbourne Park    

Local wildcard Jason Kubler is performing well in his first Australian Open match in eight years.

Australian Open draw for local players

The Australian Open draw has been set for the 17 locals competing in the men's and women's singles events.

Australian Open Day One must-see matchups

Must-see matches on the first day of the 2018 Australian Open.

Upbeat Stosur ready for Open No.16

SAMANTHA STOSUR of Australia plays forehand during the WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship at the Dubai Tennis Stadium in Dubai, Un  Photo by Tom Dulat/Getty Images

Samantha Stosur, the 2011 US Open champion, will play the Rio Olympics gold medal winner, Monica Puig, in the Australian Open first round.

Aus Open

NICK KYRGIOS of Australia serves during the Men's singles final match of the 2017 China Open at the China National Tennis Centre in Bei  Photo by Emmanuel Wong/Getty Images

Brazilian Rogerio Dutra Silva is Nick Kyrgios's first opponent at the Australian Open, where he is the top-ranked local hope.

Federer plays down Open favouritism

ROGER FEDERER of Switzerland in action in the Nitto ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena in London, England.  Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

At age 36, defending champion Roger Federer doesn't believe he should be Australian Open title favourite.

Open season as tennis slam gets under way    

Australian Open tournament boss Craig Tiley says tennis fans can expect the unexpected when the year's first grand slam gets under way on Monday in Melbourne.

Svitolina the little-known Open favourite

	ELINA SVITOLINA of Ukraine plays a shot in her match against Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain during day two of the 2018 Brisbane Internat  Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Ukrainian Elina Svitolina has quietly assumed Australian Open title favouritism in one of the most unpredictable women's events in years.

Tomic falls in Australian Open qualifier

BERNARD TOMIC of Australia returns a shot during a match of the 2017 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New  Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

An underdone Bernard Tomic has crashed out of Australian Open qualifying at the final hurdle, losing a three-set encounter to Italian Lorenzo Sonego.

De Minaur Australia's new tennis hero    

Alex de Minaur may not have won the Sydney International final but the 18-year-old has well and truly won over the people.

Barty tips Kerber as major Open contender    

Sydney International runner-up Ashleigh Barty appears set for a solid Melbourne Park crusade as she looks to improve on last year's third-round exit.

Buoyant Barty arrives as Open contender

	BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - JUNE 24: Ashleigh Barty of Australia plays a forehand shot during her semi final match against Garbine Muguruza d  Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images

Sydney International runner-up Ashleigh Barty appears set for a solid Melbourne Park crusade as she looks to improve on last year's third-round exit.

Tomic leads Aussie qualifying

	BERNARD TOMIC of Australia serves during the men's singles quarter final match of the Aegon International Eastbourne at Devonshire Park  Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

Priscilla Hon, Bernard Tomic, John-Patrick Smith and Bradley Mousley will aim to win through to the Australian Open in qualifying on Sunday.

Australians out in Aus Open qualifying    

All four locals -- John-Patrick Smith, Bradley Mousley, Priscilla Hon and Bernard Tomic -- have lost their Australian Open third-round qualifiers.

De Minaur loses Sydney final to Medvedev    

Daniil Medvedev has won the Sydney International, defeating Alex de Minaur in a tense three sets at Sydney Olympic Park.

Nadal, Kyrgios on Aust Open day one    

World No.1 Rafael Nadal and top local hope Nick Kyrgios headline the action on day one of the Australian Open.

Djokovic fires new-look serve at Aust Open

	NOVAK DJOKOVIC of Serbia plays a forehand during the Gentlemen's Singles quarter final match against Tomas Berdych of The Czech Republi  Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

Novak Djokovic's coaches Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek have helped the six-time Australian Open winner change his service action.

No talk of boycott at Margaret Court Arena    

Nick Kyrgios says he will try to "block out" Margaret Court's views on sexuality if he plays on her namesake court at the Australian Open.

Heat a factor in del Potro's NZ final loss    

Juan Martin del Potro says his Auckland Classic tennis final loss to Roberto Bautista Agut has come down to humid conditions and missed opportunities.

Nadal enters brave new world at Aust Open    

Rafael Nadal is at Melbourne Park with a new coaching setup and an Australian Open campaign without any competitive matches under his belt.

No.1 ranking beckons for Wozniacki at Open    

Caroline Wozniacki could return to the world No.1 ranking for the first time in six years with a deep run at this year's Australian Open.

Kerber beats Barty to win Sydney title

ANGELIQUE KERBER of Germany plays a forehand during the 2018 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre in Sydney, Austr  Photo by Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images

Resurgent former world No.1 Angelique Kerber has claimed her 11th singles title, defeating Australian Ashleigh Barty in the Sydney International final.

Tomic fights through Aust Open qualifying    

Bernard Tomic is a match away from the Australian Open main draw after defeating world No.151 American Tommy Paul 6-0 6-7 7-6.

Kyrgios wants Australian Open gains    

Nick Kyrgios isn't setting any performance targets in next week's Australian Open but believes he's in a great place ahead of his home grand slam.

Muguruza in Australian Open fitness battle    

Reigning Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza is staying positive ahead of the Australian Open despite concerns about her fitness.

Wawrinka tempers Aus Open expectations    

Triple grand slam champion Stan Wawrinka admits he's a long way off playing at his best at this month's Australian Open after a lengthy break from the sport.

Bautista Agut beats del Potro in NZ final    

Roberto Bautista Agut has won the Auckland Classic tennis title, defeating Juan Martin del Potro in three sets in the final.

Mertens defies rain, wins Hobart title

Belgium's Elise Mertens has become the first player to win two Hobart International titles after a rain-interrupted three-sets win over Mihaela Buzarnescu.

Rain delays Hobart International final    

The start of the Hobart International final between Elise Mertens and Mihaela Buzarnescu has been delayed due to rain.

Pavic and Marach win Classic doubles    

Croatian Mate Pavic and Austrian Oliver Marach have won the ASB Classic men's doubles title, winning Saturday's final in a tiebreak.

I stay tough, give nothing away: De Minaur    

Alex De Minaur is about to contest the biggest match of his rapidly ascending career and, come the end of Saturday, could be the holder of a maiden ATP title.

Kerber out to level ledger with Barty

	ANGELIQUE KERBER of Germany plays a forehand during the 2018 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre in Sydney, Austr  Photo by Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images

Australia's top-ranked female is standing between Angelique Kerber and the Sydney International title in Saturday's final.

Rain delays Tomic's Open qualifying hopes

	BERNARD TOMIC of Australia serves during the men's singles quarter final match of the Aegon International Eastbourne at Devonshire Park  Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

Priscilla Hon won her second-round Australian Open qualifying match against Yanina Wickmayer while Bernard Tomic's match with Tommy Paul was rained out.

Mertens meets Buzarnescu in Hobart final    

Defending Hobart International champion Elise Mertens will play Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu in Saturday's final.

Stosur in unfamiliar Aus Open territory

	SAMANTHA STOSUR of Australia plays a forehand during the ladies singles match of the 2017 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris, France  Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images

Samantha Stosur would prefer an Australian Open seeding but says being the third-ranked local could allow her to fly under the radar.

I'm playing better this year: Gavrilova

DARIA GAVRILOVA of Australia celebrates winning a point during the quarter final match of The Aegon Classic Birmingham at Edgbaston Pri  Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images

Daria Gavrilova has fallen just short of the Sydney International final, after being beaten by compatriot Ashleigh Barty in the semi-finals.

Auckland tennis final awaits del Potro

Argentinian star Juan Martin del Potro will face Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in the ASB Classic final after winning Friday's semi-final against David Ferrer.

Medvedev books spot in Sydney final    

Qualifier Daniil Medvedev has upset fourth seed Fabio Fognini 2-6 6-4 6-1 to advance to the Sydney International final.

De Minaur books spot in Sydney final

Alex de Minaur has surged from a set down to outrally world No.42 Frenchman Benoit Paire in their Sydney International semi-final.

Barty to play Kerber in Sydney final    

Ashleigh Barty has beaten compatriot Daria Gavrilova 3-6 6-4 6-2 to advance to the Sydney International final, in which she will play Angelique Kerber.

King wants Margaret Court Arena renamed

Former champion and all-time tennis great Billie Jean King has called for the renaming of Margaret Court Arena.

Hon's Aussie Open qualifying run rolls on    

Priscilla Hon has won her second-round Australian Open qualifying match against Yanina Wickmayer.

Sydney final perfect prep for Open: Barty    

Ashleigh Barty has beaten compatriot Daria Gavrilova 3-6 6-4 6-2 to advance to the Sydney International final.

Defending champ Mertens in Hobart final

Belgium's Elise Mertens has beaten British qualifier Heather Watson to make the Hobart International final.

Zverev's unfinished business at the Open    

German young gun Alexander Zverev knows questions are being asked as to why he's yet to have made a grand slam quarter-final heading into the Australian Open.

Nadal downs Thiem in surprise exhibition    

Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem have delighted fans at Melbourne Park, playing an unadvertised and free Australian Open warm-up match.

Leading Australian Open women's contenders

How the leading women and best Australian hopes stack up ahead of next week's Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Spaniard Busta takes out Kooyong title    

World No.10 Pablo Carreno Busta has fought back from a set down to win the Kooyong Classic, beating Australian Matt Ebden.

Spaniard Busta wins Kooyong tennis title

World No.10 Pablo Carreno Busta has fought back from a set down to win the Kooyong Classic, beating Australian Matt Ebden.

Leading Australian Open men's contenders

How the leading men and best Australian hopes stack up ahead of next week's Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Dimitrov eyes Australian Open breakthrough    

World No.3 Grigor Dimitrov is hoping now is his time as he heads the challengers to grand slam giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open.

Coco credits Cash with change of attitude    

World No.10 Coco Vandeweghe is hoping the mind games adopted by coach Pat Cash will bring her success at the Australian Open.

Aiava braces for encounter with Halep    

Destanee Aiava, who has struggled to concentrate, will have to get her mind in the game for her Australian Open match against world No.1 Simona Halep.

Family man Federer living the dream    

Roger Federer admits he can barely believe he's about to defend his Australian Open crown as a 36-year-old father of four.

Sharapova back and craving return to top    

Maria Sharapova is back at the Australian Open and is eyeing her previous place at the top of tennis.

Diminutive de Minaur ready for big Open    

Australian teenager Alex de Minaur, who has reached the semi-finals of the Sydney International, says he's looking forward to the Australian Open.

Watson to meet Mertens in Hobart semis    

Former Hobart International winner Heather Watson will meet defending champion Elise Mertens in the semi-finals.

Paire knocks out defending Sydney champ    

Unseeded Frenchman Benoit Paire has knocked out defending champion Gilles Muller to reach the semi-finals of the Sydney International.

De Minaur clinches Sydney semi-final spot

Australian teenager Alex de Minaur has reached the semi-finals of the Sydney International after beating Feliciano Lopez 6-4 6-4.

How the Aussies fared in the Open draw

How the local contingent has fared in the draw for the Australian Open.

Kyrgios to play world No.100 at the Open    

Australia's top-ranked tennis player Nick Kyrgios will begin his Australian Open campaign against Rogerio Dutra Silva.

Kerber resurgence rolls on, in Sydney semi    

Angelique Kerber has reached the semi-finals of the Sydney International after a comprehensive win over Dominika Cibulkova.

Open honours King as Court steers clear    

Margaret Court won't be in Melbourne for this year's Australian Open, which will also celebrate Billie Jean King's career and advocacy.

Nadal, Halep top Australian Open seedings    

Australia has three seeds - Nick Kyrgios, Ashleigh Barty and Daria Gavrilova - in the 2018 Australian Open.

Barty, Garilova in all-Aussie Sydney semi    

Ashleigh Barty has set up an all-Australian semi-final with Daria Gavrilova after cruising past Barbora Strycova at the Sydney International.

Australian Open 2018 seeds

The top 32 seeds at the Australian Open for both men and women.

Fognini, Medvedev through to Sydney semis    

Italian Fabio Fognini will meet Daniil Medvedev of Russia in the Sydney International tennis semi-finals.

Del Potro powers into NZ tennis semis    

Juan Martin del Potro has joined David Ferrer, Roberto Bautista Agut and Robin Haase in the Auckland Classic tennis semi-finals after beating Karen Khachanov.

Hon wins through in Aussie Open qualifying

Sara Tomic, Naiktha Bains, Tammi Patterson and Kimberly Birrell have lost their first-round Australian Open qualifying matches.

The most open Australian Open ever

How the leading women and best Australian hopes stack up ahead of next week's Australian Open at Melbourne Park.

Aussie teen Aiava feeling tennis blues    

Aussie teenager Destanee Aiava says she's feeling mentally down after a straight sets loss at Kooyong to Eugenie Bouchard and needs a break from tennis.

Djokovic hopes for full fitness for Open    

Six-time champ Novak Djokovic says he's not 100 per cent fit ahead of the Australian Open - but says he might get there before his first-round match.

Watson topples Vekic, makes Hobart semis    

Britain's No.2 player Heather Watson will meet defending Hobart International tennis champion Elise Mertens in the semi-finals.

Bautista Agut, Ferrer into NZ tennis semis    

Spaniards Roberto Bautista Agut and David Ferrer will play in the Auckland tennis classic semi-finals, as will Dutchman Robin Haase.

Women face most open Australian Open    

Renowned Australian coach David Taylor says as many as seven women deserve equal favouritism for the Australian Open starting on Monday.

Thiem pulls out of Kooyong after illness    

World No.5 Dominic Thiem has pulled out of his second match at the Kooyong Classic as he recovers from a virus with Russian Andrey Rublev taking his place.

Sara hoping to follow in Open footsteps    

Eight Australian women will attempt to fight their way into the Australian Open including Sara Tomic who will attempt to join brother Bernard in the main draw.

Gavrilova hopes for Barty semi in Sydney    

Daria Gavrilova has already faced two fellow Australians at the Sydney International and could yet meet a third if fortunes fall Ashleigh Barty's way.

Djokovic lurking with intent at Aus Open

NOVAK DJOKOVIC of Serbia plays a forehand during the Gentlemen's Singles quarter final match against Tomas Berdych of The Czech Republi  Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

Rafael Nadal and Simona Halep will be the top seeds in Thursday's Australian Open draw.

Nadal shows fitness ahead of Open    

Tomas Berdych picked up a cheque for US$250,000 for just 51 points work, beating Rafael Nadal in the Tie Break Tens event on Wednesday.

Tomic in a solid start at the Australian Open qualifiers

Bernard Tomic of Australia competes in his first-round match against Vincent Millot of France during 2018 Australian Open Qualifying. January 10, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.

Defeating Vincent Millot in straight sets Bernard Tomic has made a winning return to Melbourne Park after a disastrous 2017.

Gavrilova downs Stosur, into Sydney semis    

Daria Gavrilova took out Wednesday night's all-Australian second-round clash against Samantha Stosur 6-4 6-2.

Muguruza withdraws from Sydney quarters

Garbine Muguruza has withdrawn from her Sydney International quarter-final due to a right thigh injury.

Aussie demon soars into Sydney quarters

Alex de Minaur's sizzling summer has continued after the Australian won through to the Sydney International last eight while John Millman was bundled out.

Duckworth leads Aussies in Open qualifiers    

James Duckworth has joined Aussie trio Bradley Mousley, John-Patrick Smith and Andrew Whittington as winners on the first day of Australian Open qualifying.

Tomic fires in Australian Open qualifying

Fallen Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic has impressed on his return to competitive tennis, earning a straight-sets win over Vincent Millot in 48 minutes.

Del Potro cruises into Auckland quarters    

Argentinian tennis star Juan Martin del Potro has coasted into the Auckland Classic quarter-finals with a straight-sets win over Canadian Denis Shapovalov.

Thiem recovering from bug ahead of Open

World No.5 Dominic Thiem says he's still recovering from a virus and jetlag as he prepares for next week's Australian Open.

Groth's Open loss ends singles career    

Top qualifying seed Taylor Fritz has dumped big-serving Sam Groth out of contention for a farewell berth in the Australian Open singles.

De Minaur moves into Sydney quarters    

Alex de Minaur's sizzling summer continues, the Australian winning through to the Sydney International last eight when Damir Dzumhur retired during their match.

Djokovic happy with return ahead of Open

	NOVAK DJOKOVIC of Serbia plays a forehand during a Singles match at the Wimbledon Championships in London, England.  Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Six-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic says he's happy with his return following a six-month layoff with injury.

Aussie Ebden upsets world No.6 Cilic    

Australian veteran Matthew Ebden has continued his bright start to the summer, claiming the scalp of world No.6 Marin Cilic at the Kooyong Classic.

Muguruza unhappy about    

Garbine Muguruza and Agnieszka Radwanska have moved into the quarter-final stage of the Sydney International.

Aussie trio win Australian Open qualifiers    

James Duckworth has joined Aussie trio Bradley Mousley, John-Patrick Smith and Andrew Whittington as winners on the first day of Australian Open qualifying.

Watson ousts Aussie Fourlis in Hobart    

Former Hobart International champion Heather Watson has beaten Australian wildcard Jaimee Fourlis to make the quarter-finals of the event she won in 2015.

Sock suffers early exit at Auckland tennis    

World No.8 and ASB Classic top seed Jack Sock has fallen out of the Auckland event, losing to unfancied German Peter Gojowczyk.

Barty on Sydney International late shift    

Aussie No.1 Ashleigh Barty has done some midnight overtime to prepare for her Sydney International quarter-final against Barbora Strycova on Thursday.

Tomic hungry to make Australian Open draw    

Exiled tennis star Bernard Tomic is eager to defy the doubters and survive three rounds of Australian Open qualifying to secure entry to his home grand slam.

Gavrilova and Stosur to clash in Sydney    

Daria Gavrilova has overcome a two-hour rain delay to beat fellow Australian Olivia Rogowska and book a date with Samantha Stosur at the Sydney International.

Tomic loses Open qualifying warm-up

BERNARD TOMIC of Australia returns a shot during a match of the 2017 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New  Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Bernard Tomic aims to repeat his 2011 Wimbledon campaign as he looks to kick-start his career by qualifying for the Australian Open main draw.

Lucky Lacko into Auckland tennis 2nd round    

Last-minute replacement Lukas Lacko has made it through to the Auckland Classic tennis second round with an impressive 6-3 6-7 6-2 win over Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Mertens' Hobart tennis defence on track    

Belgium's Elise Mertens has continued her Hobart International tennis defence, progressing to the quarter-finals in straight sets.

De Minaur upsets Verdasco in Sydney tennis    

Australian teen sensation Alex de Minaur is through to the second round of the Sydney International after defeating Fernando Verdasco.

Konta crashes out of Sydney International    

Defending champion Johanna Konta has joined the exodus of seeded stars at the Sydney International with a first-round loss to Agnieszka Radwanska.

Nadal loses but passes Open fitness test    

A rusty Rafael Nadal has lost his exhibition match at Kooyong against Richard Gasquet but the world No.1 confirmed he will play in next week's Australian Open.

Stosur wins tough opener in Sydney    

Samantha Stosur has safely advanced to the second round of the Sydney International with a hard-fought three-set win over rising German Carina Witthoeft.

Aiava has a big future in tennis: Petkovic

Australian teenager Destanee Aiava has impressed Andrea Petkovic despite losing to the tour veteran in their opening Kooyong Classic match.

Wawrinka says he's set for Australian Open    

Triple grand slam winner and 2014 Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka is confident of being ready for the year's first major starting in Melbourne on Monday.

Kerber tops Williams in Sydney stunner

Angelique Kerber has progressed to the second round of the Sydney International with an impressive win over Venus Williams.

Kyrgios blocking out grand slam pressure    

He admits added pressure comes with contesting a home grand slam as Australia's top-ranked player, but Nick Kyrgios refuses to let it dictate his headspace.

Barty through to Sydney Inter quarters    

Ashleigh Barty has defeated fellow Australian Ellen Perez to book a second-round date with Barbora Strycova at the Sydney International.

Knee no problem for Kyrgios in Fast4    

Nick Kyrgios turned up at Olympic Park with strapping on his troublesome knee but emerged unscathed from Sydney's Fast4 exhibition tournament.

CoCo well-placed for Australian Open: Cash    

Big-serving American CoCo Vandeweghe could benefit from the withdrawal of several big names at this year's Australian Open.

Bouchard loses Hobart tennis first round    

Canadian Eugenie Bouchard has been beaten in the first round of the Hobart International, on a mixed day for the tournament's top three seeds.

Djokovic shuns cameras in Melbourne hitout    

Former world No.1 Novak Djokovic has practised behind closed doors in Melbourne as he continues his comeback from an elbow injury.

Ferrer beats Chinese young gun at Classic

Four-time Auckland Classic champion David Ferrer has used all his experience to weather a storm from Chinese young gun Yibing Wu, winning 7-6 6-4.

Barty grinds out Sydney International win    

Australian No.1 Ashleigh Barty has posted her first win of the summer, a 6-3 6-4 Sydney International victory over Paraguayan qualifier Veronica Cepede Royg.

Del Potro happy to contest Auckland tennis    

World No.11 Juan Martin del Potro is happy to simply be playing professional tennis again after almost giving the game away two years ago because of injuries.

Hewitt to monitor Tomic in Open qualifying    

Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt is as interested as everyone else to see how fallen star Bernard Tomic performs in his Australian Open qualifying attempt.

Aussie Fourlis gets opening Hobart win    

Teenage wildcard Jaimee Fourlis has won her opening match of the Hobart International, progressing to the second round in straight sets.

Millman through to second round in Sydney    

John Millman has beaten Alexei Popyrin in their all-Australian opener at the Sydney International, while fellow Australian Open wildcard Alex Bolt has lost.

Djokovic 'ready' for Australian Open    

Former world No.1 Novak Djokovic has practised in Melbourne as he continues his comeback from an elbow injury.

Nadal to face Gasquet in Open warm-up    

Rafael Nadal is set to make his comeback from injury ahead of the Australian Open when he faces Richard Gasquet at Kooyong.

Azarenka out of Aust Open, Tomljanovic in    

Former world No.1 Victoria Azarenka has confirmed she will not contest the Australian Open, with Ajla Tomljanovic granted a wildcard into the main draw.

Kyrgios to embrace grand slam grind    

Brisbane International champion Nick Kyrgios says playing over five sets will only make him harder to beat at the Australian Open.

Aussie Belmonte wins world tenpin finals

Australian two-handed bowling star Jason Belmonte has taken out the World Bowling Tour Finals.

Davis Cup glory motivating in-form Kyrgios    

Winning a Davis Cup is on the agenda this year for Nick Kyrgios, who says the team-tennis format will also act as a motivator for him on the ATP tour.

Alex Zverev not worried about form slump    

German Alexander Zverev insists there's no reason for him to panic despite struggling to fire during his recent stint at the Hopman Cup.

Konta impressed by rise of Barty party    

Ashleigh Barty's rapid climb up the women's tennis rankings last year has caught the attention of her opponents ahead of this week's Sydney International.

Brisbane champ Kyrgios: injury no issue    

Nick Kyrgios has won his first ATP title on home soil, toppling American Ryan Harrison 6-4 6-2 at the Brisbane International.

Wozniacki optimistic after Classic defeat    

Dane Caroline Wozniacki says there's plenty of positives to take from her week of ASB Classic tennis, despite losing Sunday's final to Julia Goerges.

Peers takes Brisbane doubles crown    

Australian John Peers has paired with Finland's Henri Kontinen to win the Brisbane International men's doubles title.

Women's tennis crown will rotate: Muguruza    

World No.2 Garbine Muguruza has declared herself fit for the Sydney International after retiring with cramps at the Brisbane International last week.

Thompson falls in Sydney Inter opener    

Australian Jordan Thompson lost his first-round match at the Sydney International, however two locals entered the main draw with qualifying wins.

Two ex-champs bite dust in Hobart    

Two former Hobart International champions lost on day one of the tournament, including fourth-seeded Frenchwoman Alize Cornet.

Goerges dominates to finally claim Classic    

German tennis world No.14 Julia Goerges says she's pleased to finally claim the ASB Classic, winning Sunday's final 6-4 7-6 (7-4) over Caroline Wozniacki.

Seeds melt in heat at Sydney International    

Top seeds Jelena Ostapenko and Kristina Mladenovic have suffered first-round exits at the Sydney International.

Nadal, Djokovic, Tomic a boost for Kooyong    

World tennis No.1 Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Bernard Tomic are all late additions for a hit out at this week's Kooyong Classic.

Sydney heatwave claims seeded Mladenovic    

The opening day of the Sydney International tennis tournament has been impacted by soaring temperatures.

Kyrgios plays down Brisbane final rivalry    

Nick Kyrgios has pointed to his superior record against Ryan Harrison in playing down the chances of a spicy Brisbane International final against the American.

Goffin gears up for Aust Open assault    

Belgium's David Goffin has been in hot form over the past 12 months and he hopes that will translate into grand slam success at Melbourne Park.

Federer primed for another major fairytale    

Roger Federer won his second Hopman Cup crown for Switzerland by combining with Belinda Bencic to beat Germany in Saturday's final.

Kyrgios through to Brisbane final    

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios has upset world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov to win through to the Brisbane International final.

Tennis aces flock to Sydney International

Australian big guns Ashleigh Barty, Daria Gavrilova and Samantha Stosur face a tough time at the cut-throat Sydney International getting underway on Sunday.

Wozniacki wins, Radwanska loses at Classic    

Polish star Agnieszka Radwanska has been knocked out of the ASB Classic quarter-finals, while Caroline Wozniacki has progressed to the semi-final.

Venus Williams hungry for Australian Open    

Ageless former world No.1 Venus Williams she can keep the Australian Open in the family in the absence of her defending champion sister Serena.

Strycova dumped out of Classic quarters    

Czech third seed Barbora Strycova has been eliminated from the ASB Classic, losing her quarter-final to Su-Wei Hsieh in three sets.

It's my time, says rejuventated Kokkinakis    

After two years of injury interruptions, Australia's Thanasi Kokkinakis is confident of a successful 2018 season.

Federer lifts Swiss to Hopman Cup crown    

Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic have combined to guide Switzerland to Hopman Cup glory with victory over Germany in the title decider.

Dimitrov wary of Kyrgios

World No.3 Grigor Dimitrov is ready for just about anything from Nick Kyrgios in Saturday's Brisbane International semi-final.

Tomic's absence    

Nick Kyrgios admits Bernard Tomic's absence is "strange" but likes what he sees from fellow Australian Alex De Minaur at the Brisbane International.

Germans hit back to win Hopman final spot

Germany recovered from a set down in a live Fast4 mixed doubles clash to beat Australia to book a spot in the Hopman Cup final.

Svitolina cruises to Brisbane title    

Ukraine's Elina Svitolina has marched to the Brisbane International title with a dominant 6-2 6-1 rout of qualifier Aliaksandra Sasnovich.

Svitolina wins through to Brisbane final    

Elina Svitolina will face Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the Brisbane International final after beating defending champion Karolina Pliskova on Friday night.

Classic rained out for second straight day

The weather has again refused to play ball for Auckland's ASB Classic event, with rain killing off a second consecutive day of tennis on Friday.

Serena Williams to take time off from Aussie Open

Serena Williams of United States plays a backhand during her Ladies Final match against Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia. December 30, 2017 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Four months after giving birth to her first child, seven-time champion Serena Williams has withdrawn reluctantly form the Australian Open.

Sleeveless tops led to injury: Kokkinakis    

Rising star Thanasi Kokkinakis says trying to bulk up so he looked good in sleeveless tops was his biggest regret.

Bouchard suffers buttocks injury at Hopman    

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard has suffered a buttocks injury during Belgium's Hopman Cup win, forcing her out of the mixed doubles.

Aussie De Minaur into Brisbane semis

Australian wildcard Alex De Minaur has continued his giant killing run to book a Brisbane International semi-final berth.

Serena Williams out of Australian Open    

Seven-time champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Australian Open, four months after giving birth to her first child.

'No change' to Australian Open court speed    

Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley expects this year's Melbourne Park courts to be virtually identical in pace to last year.

Millman rues more Brisbane heartbreak    

A frustrated John Millman only had to open his Instagram account to find some advice after a gutting three-set loss to world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov on Thursday.

Jack Sock tunes up for Aust Open tilt    

Jack Sock lost in straight sets to Roger Federer on Thursday, but the American showed enough to suggest he could give the Australian Open title race a shake.

Dimitrov sets up Kyrgios semi with win

Grigor Dimitrov will meet Nick Kyrgios in the Brisbane International final four after the Bulgarian won his quarter-final against Kyle Edmund.

Pliskova weathers Kanepi storm in Brisbane

Defending champion Karolina Pliskova overcame a clean-hitting Kaia Kanepi to book a semi-final berth at the Brisbane International.

Roger Federer dreaming of Hopman Cup glory    

Roger Federer continued his strong run of form to guide Switzerland into the Hopman Cup final.

Harrison, Istomin into Brisbane quarters    

American Ryan Harrison has regained his composure to topple German Yannick Hanfmann and set up a Brisbane International quarter-final date with Denis Istomin.

Konta injury could damage Aust Open prep    

World No.9 Johanna Konta is unwilling to speculate on the extent of a hip injury that threatens to derail her Australian Open preparations.

No play as weather wreaks havoc at Classic

Continuous rain over Auckland has cancelled play at the ASB Classic, with organisers now left crossing their fingers for the rest of the week.

Murray pulls out of Australian Open

ANDY MURRAY of Great Britain plays a backhand in a warm-up session during day one at the 2018 Brisbane International at Pat Rafter Aren  Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

British star Andy Murray has confirmed he won't play in the Australian Open later this month.

Cabrera handed last Aust Open wildcard    

Townsville product Lizette Cabrera has snared the last wildcard entry into the Australian Open women's singles main draw.

Istomin, Harrison into Brisbane quarters    

American Ryan Harrison regained his composure to topple Germany's Yannick Hanfmann and set up a Brisbane International quarter-final date with Denis Istomin.

Khachanov drags Russia off bottom rung    

After winning his singles and starring in the mixed doubles, Karen Khachanov dragged Russia out of bottom spot in Group B, leaving Japan without a tie win.

Kokkinakis sets sight on an injury free year

Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia serves in his singles match against David Goffin of Belgium January 3, 2018 in Perth, Australia.

Returning from injury, Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis is eying a place among top players in the world and is predicted to soar up in rankings provided he can avoid a recurrence.

Australian Open wildcards up for grabs    

Up to a dozen local stars are in the hunt for the last two Australian Open wildcards into the men's main draw.

Konta injury could damage Aus Open prep

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 11: Johanna Konta of Great Britain in action during her ladies' singles quarter final match against Simona Halep  Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images

World No.9 Johanna Konta is unwilling to speculate on the extent of a hip injury that threatens to derail her Australian Open preparations.

Kokkinakis set for quick ride up the ranks

Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis is on the comeback trail from injury and eyeing a place among the top players in the world.

Andy Murray out of Australian Open

Former world No.1 Andy Murray has joined Kei Nishikori in bypassing the Australian Open due to injury as several stars fight to be fit for the Melbourne major.

No Australian Open wildcard for Tomic

Bernard Tomic plans on defying the doubters and qualifying for the Australian Open after being overlooked for a wildcard into the Melbourne Park grand slam.

Tennis stars in doubt for Australian Open

Serena Williams and Andy Murray are already out while many of tennis' biggest names are racing the clock to be fit for the Australian Open starting in 10 days.

Kei Nishikori out of Australian Open    

Former world No.4 Kei Nishikori is out of the Australian Open with a wrist injury as many of the sport's biggest names fight to be fit for the Melbourne major.

Goffin can't hide top form at Hopman Cup    

David Goffin has continued his good form of last year and will be being watched carefully by rival male tennis players all over the world.

De Minaur's 'Blue Wall' behind Raonic win    

Rising Aussie tennis star Alex De Minaur has revealed the meaning behind the 'Blue Wall' catch cry he bellowed after beating Milos Raonic on Wednesday night.

Kyrgios feels for injured mate Murray

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios has thrown his support behind good mate Andy Murray but only after resisting the urge to stir the recovering former world No.1

Australia still hold Hopman Cup final hope

A win over Germany's Alexander Zverev and Angelique Kerber on Friday could still earn hosts Australia a place in the Hopman Cup final.

Pliskova smashes Bellis in Brisbane tennis    

Reigning Brisbane International champion Karolina Pliskova has smashed American Catherine Bellis in straight sets to move through to the quarter-finals.

Mertens upsets Gavrilova at Hopman Cup    

Australia's Hopman Cup tie against Belgium has got off to a losing start with Elise Mertens claiming a three-set win over Daria Gavrilova.

Teen De Minaur stuns Raonic in Brisbane    

Alex De Minaur has scored the biggest win of his young career with a straight-sets upset of big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic.

Big guns progress to Classic quarters    

The women's Auckland Classic event appears a three-horse race between Caroline Wozniacki, Agnieszka Radwanska and Julia Goerges after the second round of play.

Svitolina flies high in Brisbane International

Elina Svitolina of Ukraine plays a shot in her match against Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain during day two of the 2018 Brisbane International. January 1, 2018 Brisbane.

Ukrainian born World No.6 Elina Svitolina beat Croatia's Ana Konjuh 6-3 6-1 to cruise in to Brisbane International quarterfinals on Wednesday.

Classic demolition job pleases Wozniacki    

Danish tennis star and top seed Caroline Wozniacki has earned an Auckland Classic quarter-final berth, as has Czech third seed Barbora Strycova.

Svitolina through to Brisbane quarters    

World No.6 Elina Svitolina has cruised into the Brisbane International quarterfinals with a 6-3 6-1 second-round win over Croatia's Ana Konjuh.

Bouchard flops as Germany beat Canada    

Germany are on track to reach the Hopman Cup final after beating Canada.

Kyrgios overcomes Brisbane injury scare

NICK KYRGIOS of Australia returns a shot in China Open 2017 at the China National Tennis Centre in Beijing.  Photo by Etienne Oliveau/Getty Images

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios has overcome an injury scare to move into the Brisbane International quarterfinals.

Nadal throws support behind injured Murray    

World No.1 Rafael Nadal has taken time out of his own recovery to throw support behind Andy Murray after the three-time grand slam champion's latest setback.

Nadal shows support as Murray mulls future    

World No.1 Rafael Nadal has thrown his support behind Andy Murray as the injured three-time grand slam champion mulls over his future.

Perth teen tastes big time at Hopman Cup    

WA teenager Maddison Inglis, ranked 771 in the world, is headed for a big year after holding her own against world No.10 CoCo Vandeweghe at the Hopman Cup.

Millman ripe and ready for Dimitrov duel    

John Millman is ready to show the tennis world just what he can do after kicking off his 2018 season with a straight-sets win at the Brisbane International.

Federer-Sock blockbuster set to go ahead    

Roger Federer's Switzerland and the United States will battle it out for a spot in the Hopman Cup final when they lock horns at Perth Arena.

Millman rips through Canadian qualifier    

John Millman has cruised past Canadian qualifier Peter Polansky in straight sets to win his first match of 2018 at the Brisbane International.

Konta holds off Tomljanovic in Brisbane

	LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 11: Johanna Konta of Great Britain in action during her ladies' singles quarter final match against Simona Halep  Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images

Brit Johanna Konta is through to the Brisbane International quarter-finals after beating Croatian-born Australian Ajla Tomljanovic on Tuesday night.

Federer sees the funny side of Hawk-Eye    

Switzerland have beaten Russia in their Hopman Cup tie after Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic won their singles matches.

Wozniacki crushes first-round Classic foe    

Danish tennis star and ASB Classic top seed Caroline Wozniacki has obliterated first-round opponent Madison Brengle 6-3 6-0 on Tuesday.

Sock fitness concern at Hopman Cup    

Hopman Cup director Paul Kilderry has a contingency plan in place should Jack Sock not recover from his hip injury for Thursday night's tie.

USA sweat on Sock fitness at Hopman Cup    

Jack Sock was forced to retire injured during his singles match, putting a dint in the Americans' hopes of claiming another Hopman Cup.

Injured Muguruza out of Brisbane event    

Top seed Garbine Muguruza has been forced to retire from her Brisbane International second-round clash due to leg cramps on Tuesday.

Japan's Osaka out ill at Hopman Cup    

Illness has forced Japan's Naomi Osaka to miss the Hopman Cup tie against USA on Tuesday, with Perth teen Maddison Inglis filling in.

Father Time catching up with tennis stars    

Debate is raging around why tennis' biggest names are battling injury, but 36-year-old Roger Federer believes age is merely catching up with them.

Angelique happy to kick 2017 to the Kerber    

Former world No.1 Angelique Kerber had a year to forget in 2017 but has got her 2018 campaign off on the right foot with a win over Elise Mertens.

Kokkinakis ready for top-10 heavyweights

Australia beat Canada 2-1 in their opening Hopman Cup tie, but they face a stern test against Belgium and Germany this week.

No butterflies, says Barty after loss

Australian No.1 Ashleigh Barty has been thrashed in straight sets in her first-round Brisbane International clash with Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko.

Focused Wozniacki unconcerned by rankings

Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, gunning for her first ASB Classic title, says her first priority in Auckland is getting back into match rhythm.

Germany survive Hopman Cup scare

Germany have won their Hopman Cup tie against Belgium after Angelique Kerber and Alexander Zverev teamed up to win a Fast4 mixed doubles clash.

Barty out of Brisbane International

Australian No.1 Ashleigh Barty has been thrashed in straight sets in her first-round Brisbane International clash with Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko.

Kerber gives Germany lead in Hopman Cup

It took two tough tiebreak sets but Angelique Kerber got Germany off to a great start in their Hopman Cup clash with Belgium.

Aussie Thompson bundled out in Brisbane    

Australia's Jordan Thompson has been knocked out of the Brisbane International first round in straight sets by American Jared Donaldson.

Svitolina, Konta impress in Brisbane wins    

World No.6 Elina Svitolina has started well at the Brisbane International, toppling Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro in a first-round straight-sets win.

Gorges triumphs as rain blights Classic

Julia Gorges has progressed to the second round of the ASB Classic at the end of a rain-affected opening day of tennis in Auckland.

Kyrgios wants more Australian tournaments    

Nick Kyrgios wants more ATP Tour tournaments to be played in Australia as discussion around the structure and length of the season continues.

Ebden's high hopes ahead of Kyrgios clash    

Matthew Ebden will meet fellow Australian Nick Kyrgios in the Brisbane International second round after accounting for American Frances Tiafoe on Monday.

Svitolina impresses in Brisbane win    

World No.6 Elina Svitolina has started well at the Brisbane International, toppling Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro in a first-round straight-sets win.

Nadal to make return in Tie Break Tens    

Rafael Nadal will compete at the Tie Break Tens in Melbourne as he begins his Australian tennis summer in search of a second Australian Open title.

Federer trains smarter, not harder in 2018    

World No.2 Roger Federer will be aiming to build on his strong start to the Hopman Cup when he takes on Russian Karen Khachanov at Perth Arena on Tuesday night.