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Lack of guidance and vision hurting tennis, says John McEnroe

John McEnroe believes tennis is suffering from a lack of "guidance and vision" and says it is time the various organisations in charge began to work in harmony.

Australian Open 2019: Stefanos Tsitsipas leads ‘Next Gen’ charge against Roger Federer 

Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas will represent the new generation in their challenge to usurp the old guard when he faces Roger Federer at Melbourne Park on Sunday.

‘Don’t cry’: Serena Williams consoles Dayana Yastremska; Simona Halep next

Serena Williams has dropped a total of 9 games through 3 matches at the Australian Open so far and now will take on No. 1 Simona Halep

WATCH: Six-time Australian Open champion Roger Federer denied entry into locker room without accreditation card

In a video that has surfaced on Twitter on Saturday, six-time Australian Open champion Roger Federer was seen being halted by security for not having an accreditation card.

Australian Open 2019: Agitated Novak Djokovic regains calm to see off Denis Shapovalov challenge

The win guaranteed that Novak Djokovic will remain number one in the world when the new rankings are released on January 28.

Australian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka saves the plaudits for mentor Chris Evert

Naomi Osaka has credited Chris Evert for her rapid rise into Grand Slam contention, saying she found it easy to take the American's advice to heart because of her Hall of Fame career.

Australian Open 2019: Simona Halep sets blockbuster fourth-round clash with Serena Williams

Simona Halep had the odds stacked against her ahead of the Australian Open but the Romanian proved her title credentials with a breezy 6-2 6-3 third-round win over Venus Willliams.

Andy Murray pulls out of Marseille Open to be held in February

Andy Murray has struggled to regain form since undergoing hip surgery last January and was knocked out in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday.

Australian Open 2019: Maria Sharapova raps organisers over late scheduling

With two men's five-set matches having caused a log-jam, Garbine Muguruza Johanna and Konta did not begin their match until 12:30 am local time (1330 GMT) on Friday at Margaret Court Arena, a record late start at the Grand Slam.

WATCH: Andreas Seppi’s act of chivalry wins hearts at Australian Open

Andreas Seppi on Friday proved that chivalry isn't dead as he ensured his wife stayed dry in the rain during his third round match against Frances Tiafoe at the Australian Open.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, Maria Sakkari making a name for themselves at Australian Open

With Stefanos Tsitsipas and Maria Sakkari making the third round, it was the first time a Greek man and woman advanced this far of the same Grand Slam tournament since 1936.

Australian Open 2019: Nick Kyrgios is better on court than behind mike, says Roger Federer

Once touted as a future Grand Slam champion, Nick Kyrgios's ranking has slumped to 52 amid struggles with injuries and is projected to fall further after the tournament.