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Australian Open 2019: Dan Evans shoulders slim British hopes against Roger Federer

Nine months after returning from a doping suspension, Dan Evans will look for his biggest victory when he takes on holder Roger Federer at the Australian Open on Wednesday.

Serena Williams made sure daughter’s first doll was ‘black’

Serena Williams said that she made sure that her one-year old daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. received her first doll a 'black' one and the second 'Caucasian' so that she understands 'love for each other'.

Australian Open 2019: ‘Vote for me!’ says political animal Madison Keys

Under pressure from players, the WTA made a number of rule changes in December including allowing tour members returning from maternity leave to have protected rankings for up to three years.

Australian Open licence sees launch of the ‘Serena-tard’

Serena Williams warmed up on Rod Laver Arena in a long, black raincoat which she discarded to reveal a figure-hugging, bottle green one-piece costume paired with fish-net compression stockings.

Australian Open 2019: Dominant Novak Djokovic shines in Melbourne Park opener

After being broken in the first set, Alexander Zverev wins eight games in a row to take commanding lead against Aljaz Bedene.

Hip is so sore that I even hate walking the dogs, says Andy Murray

Andy Murray now faces a heart-wrenching dilemma -- having to decide whether to battle through the pain for an emotional farewell at Wimbledon or undergo another major surgery.

Australian Open 2019: Determined Simona Halep survives Kaia Kanepi onslaught to reach second round

Simona Halep showed grit and determination to come from a set down against Kaia Kanepi in a 6-7(2) 6-4 6-2 victory in the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Australian Open: Simona Halep faces tricky test against Kaia Kanepi

Simona Halep begins her Australian Open campaign against Kaia Kanepi on Tuesday in a rematch of their US Open meeting which the world number one lost in straights sets.

Australian Open: Struggled a bit with sun and it cost me, says Prajnesh Gunneswaran

Prajnesh Gunneswaran Monday said he "struggled a bit with the sun" and that it "cost" him a lot of games at the Australian Open.

Andy Murray stats: British former World No. 1’s prolific career in numbers

Andy Murray played what could be the last match of his prolific career on January 14.

Andy Murray to get a statue at Wimbledon, says All England Club chief

The previous British player to be honoured in a similar manner was Fred Perry who won successive Wimbledon title between 1934 and 1936 after which only Andy Murray has one it from the country.

Andy Murray knocked out of Australian Open: Twitterati wants ‘legend’ to carry on

Andy Murray bowed out of the 2019 Australian Open after a five-set epic against Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut but was unsure of whether he will be calling time on his career yet.