Australian Open: Stefanos Tsitsipas dethrones Roger Federer to dream big!

In the end, the youngster produced a show of his life to topple the great rival and become the first player with a win over Roger in Melbourne since 2016, fending off all 12 break points and throwing everything he had on Federer to emerge as the winner in the match he will never forget!Read moreRead more

Grigor Dimitrov says it is great to fly under radar at Australian Open

Bulgarian tennis star Grigor Dimitrov was in great spirits following his Australian Open third round over Italian Thomas Fabbiano. Dimitrov, seeded at No. 20, handed a straight-set defeat to world No. 102 Fabbiano 7-6 (5) 6-4 6-4 to reach the round-of-16. It was a great, obviously, day. Im happy. I knew that Im going toRead moreRead more

Losing US Open final was very disappointing for Serena Williams – Coach

In an interview to Marca, Serena Williamss coach commented on last years US Open final loss to Naomi Osaka. As you can imagine it was very disappointing for her to reach a final like the New Yorks and lose it. All the effort she did to comeback on Tour after being a mother are focusedRead moreRead more

Younger players shouldn't get frustrated for Big 3 dominance – Rafael Nadal

believes that younger players should not feel frustrated about not being able to break through on the biggest stage yet. After his straight-set win over Alex De Minaur at the Australian Open, Nadal said: We just love this sport and we want to keep playing. Will be the day that that will not happen. TheRead moreRead more

Sloane Stephens says Maria Sharapova will have busy post-career plans

The retirement from tennis can be similar to death sometimes, as some players, who are often over 30 years old, do not know what to do once their career ends. What will do after stopping competing on Tour? In Melbourne, the American said: I think about what I am going to do after tennis allRead moreRead more

Roger Federer:'I never expected to win the last couple of Australian Open'

believes that the was one of the keys of his two Australian Open titles in 2017 and 2018. The Swiss player really enjoyed playing in Perth, and in press conference at the he said: For me it worked very well. The last couple years Ive had wonderful Hopman Cups. I think its a good wayRead moreRead more

Jim Courier praises Roger Federer longevity

In an interview to Courier Mail, the former world no. 1 commented on the upcoming Australian Open. According to the American, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win his 15th Grand Slam title in less than two weeks. He (Roger Federer) had a perfect build-up again, a wonderful Hopman Cup for him where he gotRead moreRead more

Novak Djokovic: 'I can relate to what Andy Murray is going through'

largely spoke about retirement from tennis in a pre-tournament press conference at the Australian Open on Sunday. The Serbian player trained with the Brit on Thursday defeating him 6-1 4-1 in a practice match. Asked if he expected Murray to take such a hard decision, Djokovic replied: I wasnt, no. To be honest, I wasnt.Read moreRead more

Roger Federer explains how he managed to beat Nadal four times in 2017

How did manage to win five matches in a row against Rafael Nadal? The Swiss prevailed over the Spaniard in the 2015 Basel final, then 2017 Australian Open, Miami and Shanghai finals, 2017 Indian Wells fourth round. Asked if defeating Nadal in Melbourne was a boost to make the streak go on throughout the wholeRead moreRead more

Wilander says Serena Williams should learn from family man Roger Federer

life definitely changed in the last year and a half, having become a mother and a wife respectively of daughter Olympia and Alexis Ohanian. The seven-time Grand Slam winner believes that Serenas approach in the Grand Slams is different. There is pressure there because she is not just playing for herself, Wilander said. She hasRead moreRead more