Australian Open: Rafael Nadal topples Frances Tiafoe to reach 30th GS semis

This was the 252nd Grand Slam win for the Spaniard who is looking mighty impressive throughout the last ten days in Melbourne, taking full advantage of his new service motion and winning the matches without spending too much time on the court. Tiafoe, the first-time Grand Slam quarter-finalist, gave his best to stay in touchRead moreRead more

Serena Williams would flog Novak Djokovic in competitive match, says Jones

believes that female tennis players would be able to show competitive tennis against male players. Jones made an example involving Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic. It is a big cultural thing, the swimming star said. People say it is about males and males watching sport but it is a huge cultural thing that we needRead moreRead more

ATP Rio De Janeiro – Entry list: Dominic Thiem and Fabio Fognini to play

. will be the only top-10 player in the draw, chasing his second title here and a good result on his beloved clay, especially after the quarter-final loss to Verdasco last year when he suffered a bagel in the second set. The semi-finalist from 12 months ago stands as the second seed ahead of whoRead moreRead more

January 31, 2010: Roger Federer topples Andy Murray for 16th Major crown

After winning three titles in four years in Melbourne between 2004-07, Roger Federer was halted just before the finish line in 2008 and 2009, losing to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal who took the Australian Open crown from him. Nonetheless, Roger bounced back in 2010, conquering Melbourne Park for the fourth time to become theRead moreRead more

Goran Ivanisevic comments on Alexander Zverev's Majors failure

In an interview to the Tennis Podcast the 2001 Wimbledon champion commented on potential. Once again, the 21-year-old failed in a Grand Slam losing to Milos Raonic in a straight-set fourth round match. Ivanisevic is Raonics coach. He is there, he was No. 3 in the world but when Grand Slams come something is strange,Read moreRead more

Roger Federer: 'People always think that I cannot lose early'

always stood out for his ability to accept losses. The Swiss player always gives credit to his opponent, and the post match press conference made no exception. I stayed calm, accepted tough moments for more than three hours and a half, said Federer speaking to the French and Swiss press. But his strength never gaveRead moreRead more

I don't feel intimidated by Serena Williams anymore, says Simona Halep

Is an intimidating opponent? In press conference at the Australian Open, said: She was when I was younger, but now I dont feel intimidated any more, the current world No. 1 confessed. I have huge respect for her because shes a great champion, but shes just an opponent next round. Im used to facing her.Read moreRead more

Australian Open: Milos Raonic's and Kei Nishikori's remarkable comebacks

Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori, once ranked No. 3 and 4 just a few years ago, spent half of 2017 out due to injuries. The Canadian and Japanese players have been rebuilding since coming back last year, progressing well in tournaments and pushing back into the Top 20 once again. Raonic is currently ranked No.Read moreRead more

Serena Williams is playing much better than last year, says Mats Wilander

chances to win the Australian Open this year are increasing according to the seven-time Grand Slam winner . On Eurosport, the Swede, after Serenas 6-2 6-1 win , said: I think she is playing much better than last year although she reached two Grand Slam finals, this court surface is absolutely perfect for her becauseRead moreRead more

Roger Federer is a historian, says Rod Laver

In an interview to Tages Anzeiger, the Australian legend commented on the differences between past and modern tennis. When we were playing tennis it was a different world, Laver admitted. Now players are much more followed. I got four rackets that lasted for a year. A string set was enough for Wimbledon. If you hitRead moreRead more