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Tokyo | Nishikori undergoes hip surgery

Kei Nishikori underwent arthroscopic left hip surgery on Tuesday, which will keep him off the men’s tour for about six months.

Australian Open | Brilliant Barty to meet Collins in AO final

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Australian Open | Medvedev and Tsitsipas will face each other in the semis

The expected semi-final clash between Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas is now on with the pair scheduled to meet on Friday after a day’s break having both negotiated their respective ways past tough quarter-final opponents.

Australian Open | Hewett and Reid make wheelchair history

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid secured their latest chapter in the tennis history books on Wednesday at the Australian Open when they won their third successive Australian Open men’s wheelchair doubles title, extending their tally of consecutive Grand Slam titles...

Australian Open | Swiatek and Collins outlast giant-killers to meet in semi-final

Iga Swiatek took 3 hours to figure out how to beat the resilient Kaia Kanepi at the Australian Open on Wednesday, while Danielle Collins figured out tricky Alizé Cornet rather more quickly, and the two will now meet in their first semi-final at Melbourne Park on...

Australian Open | Nadal and Berrettini battle into the AO semis

The first semi-final at this year’s Australian Open will feature Rafa Nadal and Matteo Berrettini, the sixth and seventh seed in Melbourne respectively, after both players survived five set quarter-final matches having led their opponents by two-sets to love.

Australian Open | Hewett races into second men’s singles wheelchair final as Brits eye three doubles titles.

Alfie Hewett was in imperious form on Tuesday as he booked his place in his second successive Australian Open men’s wheelchair tennis singles final with a 61 61 victory over Stephane Houdet of France at Melbourne Park.

Australian Open | COVID is not going away…

The fact that COVID-19 is still around was pushed home when Belgian Van Uytvanck tested positive for the virus after playing at the Australian Open, one of several players to pick up the Omicron variant of the Coronavirus in Melbourne.

Australian Open | Barty cruises into semi-final where Keys awaits

World No 1 Ash Barty produced a bit of a masterclass to dismiss Jessica Pegula, 6-2 6-0, at the Australian Open on Tuesday, easing herself into the semi-finals where she will take on Madison Keys, a surprisingly comfortable winner over 4th-seeded Barbora Krejcikova,...

Australian Open makes a U-turn on Peng T-shirts

The Australian Open has made a U-turn over its stance over ‘Where is Peng Shuai?’ T-shirts, shamed into reconsidering its policy by public opinion and criticism from the likes of Martina Navratilova as well as on social media.
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Six Britons in Australian Open Line Up

Andy Murray and Johanna Konta will lead a contingent of six British players with direct entry into the singles main draw at the Australian Open next month.

Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans, Heather Watson and Naomi Broady will join British number one players Murray and Konta in the singles draws in Melbourne.

Murray, 29, will be the top seed as he tries to win his first Australian Open, having finished runner-up five times.

I am really excited about starting the New Year as World No1

Konta, 25, reached her first Grand Slam semi-final in Melbourne 12 months ago.

Jamie Murray and Brazil’s Bruno Soares will defend the doubles title they won in 2016.

The tournament, which takes place from 16-29 January, will also see former world number ones Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams return.

Federer has been out since Wimbledon recovering from a knee injury, Nadal ended his season in October with a wrist jury, while Williams missed the end of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury.

Williams, 35, will be trying to win a 23rd Grand Slam singles title, which would see her pass Steffi Graf at the top of the Open era standings, while Novak Djokovic hopes to win the event for a record seventh time.






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