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Milos Raonic gave few signs he was suffering from 'flu as he floored Gilles Muller to reach the third round of the Australian…
01.19 / 08:38
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US broadcaster ESPN was plunged into a race row after one of its commentators compared tennis player Venus Williams to a…
01.19 / 08:38
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The world's No. 2 player, Novak Djokovic, was upset on Thursday against wildcard Denis Istomin in the fourth round at the Australian Open, losing 7-6(8), 5-7, 2-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 in five sets. It's now the third straight Grand Slam that Djokovic has failed to win after his streak of four in a row from Wimbledon 2015 to the French Open in 2016. He had also won six of the previous eight Grand Slams before Andy Murray won last year's Wimbledon and Stan Wawrinka…
01.19 / 08:33
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Australia's Nick Kyrgios has been slapped with $5 500 in fines for swearing and throwing his racquet after his defeat at the Australian…
01.19 / 07:17
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Diminutive Dominika Cibulkova kept her Australian Open campaign on track as the sixth seed moved deeper into a…
01.19 / 05:58
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Johanna Konta kept the British flag flying with a gritty win over fast-rising Japanese star Naomi Osaka to reach the Australian Open third…
01.19 / 05:57
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Serena Williams has much to prove if she wants to regain her status as the top women's player in the world. She gets her second chance in the Australian Open when she meets Lucie Safarova in the second round Thursday morning at 3 a.m. ET. Williams started the tournament with a straight-set victory over Belinda Bencic, and she will try to establish her dominance once again.  Safarova has been one of her favorite opponents during her career, as she has built a 9-0 record against the…
01.18 / 17:49
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Tomas Berdych became the latest player to pull out of Czech Republic's first-round Davis Cup tie in…
01.18 / 15:22
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World No. 1 Andy Murray produced an emphatic display as he downed Russian 19-year-old Andrey Rublev 6-3, 6-0, 6-2 in the second round of the 2017 Australian Open on Wednesday. Fellow Brit Dan Evans came back from a set down to dump out seventh seed Marin Cilic, Australian Nick Kyrgios squandered a two-set lead to lose to Italy's Andreas Seppi and four-time former champion Roger Federer progressed to the third round with a 7-5, 6-3, 7-6(3) win over Noah Rubin. Meanwhile,…
01.18 / 14:09
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Bad boy Nick Kyrgios has been booed off court and accused of giving up as he crashed out of the Australian Open second…
01.18 / 13:20
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Alison Riske took out last year's Cinderella at the Australian Open, Zhang Shuai, and could turn out to be this year's in…
01.18 / 12:52
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Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska survived a dogfight to move into the Australian Open second…
01.17 / 13:19
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Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber are the main attractions on Day 3 of the Australian Open on Wednesday. Federer will face Noah Rubin in the third match on Rod Laver Arena, which is scheduled to follow the all-German clash of defending women's champion Kerber against Carina Witthoft. The night session sees No. 1 seed Murray up against Andrey Rublev of Russia. Here is the viewing information ahead of Wednesday's play, complete with replay coverage and live-stream…
01.17 / 13:01
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Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki has finally stopped the rot by winning her first-round match at the Australian…
01.17 / 09:56
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Karolina Pliskova has breezed into the Australian Open second round with a straight-sets rout as she fired a warning shot to her Grand Slam…
01.17 / 04:50
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Serena Williams let Belinda Bencic hang around during the first round of the 2017 Australian Open on Tuesday but ultimately demonstrated her dominance with a straight-sets win, 6-4, 6-3. According to the Australian Open's official website, Williams notched eight aces to Bencic's three and won 76 percent of her first-service points to just 58 percent for Bencic. Bencic remained within striking distance largely because Williams committed 30 unforced errors, but the American was too…
01.17 / 04:26
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Novak Djokovic will take to the court for Day 2 of the 2017 Australian Open as he begins his quest to win a third-straight title in Melbourne and the 13th Grand Slam singles title of his excellent career. Tennis fans have grown accustomed to Djokovic playing on the opening day of major tournaments, but the Serbian is in fact the second seed in Melbourne this year, with Andy Murray taking over the top seed after a brilliant 2016. Others in action on a star-studded Tuesday include…
01.16 / 18:37
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