Victoria Azarenka has firmed as favourite to retain her crown.
Cibulkova overcame Sharapova on her preferred surface of clay at the 2009 French Open.
Long before he was a top-ranked player, Djokovic had earned the nicknames “Court Jester” and “Joker.”
Serbian Ivanovic upsets top seed and favourite Williams 4-6 6-3 6-3 to break latter’s 25-match winning streak
Pennetta had reason to be worried after an injury to her right wrist required surgery in 2012.
Berdych outgunned Anderson at a rowdy Margaret Court Arena with an impressive array of winners.
The Serb dropped just 10 points on his serve - Becker's speciality - in the entire match.
The 26-year-old Serbian overhauled the raging favourite in a dazzling display of power hitting.
Azarenka will play American Sloane Stephens in the next round in the reprise of an acrimonious semifinal.
A beaming Nadal rated the match his best of the tournament.
Simon is never one to give up but Tsonga upped his game when necessary and sealed the victory .
Azarenka has not lost a set in her three matches this week.
Murray will next play French lucky loser Stephane Robert for a place in the quarter finals.
Muguruza next meets fifth seed Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in the fourth round.
Only two of Federer's record 17 grand slam titles have come in the past four years.
Sharapova's win over Cornet was her seventh match since pulling the plug on her 2013 season.
Williams' father alleged he had heard racist taunts from the crowd and the family have not returned since.
Ana Ivanovic was battling local star Sam Stosur when the rains came down and the roof was put in place.
Djokovic was a model of controlled aggression under the lights of Rod Laver Arena.
The 28-year-old Berdych silenced a boisterously partisan crowd on Hisense Arena
In searing heat, Li was outplayed in the first set as Safarova struck a series of winners.
The win was a record 61st for Williams at the Australian Open, putting her past Margaret Court's 60.
Ferrer is probably the least fancied third seed at Melbourne Park since Nikolay Davydenko in 2007.
Police made the arrest with the help of new legislation targeting sports-related corruption in Victoria state.
Donald, who turned pro at 14, had a Nike contract at 15 and played in his first US Open at 16.