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Tennis Australia needs to bring Darren Cahill in to help resolve civil war - Herald Sun
Tennis Australia needs to bring Darren Cahill in to help resolve civil war  Herald Sun

The proposed summit between the warring parties in Australian mens tennis is an admirable concept.


'It went on for about five minutes': Australian Open fans evicted after tussle over sweaty headband - The Age
'It went on for about five minutes': Australian Open fans evicted after tussle over sweaty headband  The Age

A sweaty towel, smelly wristband or wet headband might not seem that desirable, but the most reserved of tennis fans can turn manic when there's free ...


Australian Open live tennis scores day 4, results, schedule: Nick Kyrgios, Yulia Putintseva middle finger, handshake - Herald Sun
Australian Open live tennis scores day 4, results, schedule: Nick Kyrgios, Yulia Putintseva middle finger, handshake  Herald Sun

John McEnroe is known for his hot-headed comments on an off the court, but he's opened up about the day he showed immense levels of self control and how ...


Tennis Australian Open Nick Kyrgios takes aim at Roger Rasheed, Lleyton Hewitt on social media - ESPN
Tennis Australian Open Nick Kyrgios takes aim at Roger Rasheed, Lleyton Hewitt on social media  ESPN

Nick Kyrgios has lashed high profile tennis coach Roger Rasheed and Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt on social media a day after his first-round Australian ...


Tennis veteran Alison Bai plays for love, not money - The Age
Tennis veteran Alison Bai plays for love, not money  The Age

Alison Bai is better at tennis than 99.9 per cent of the population but still grinds to make ends meet and isn't the only one in her echelon battling for every penny.


Eugenie Bouchard tennis: Canadian glamour girl ranking slide, downfall analysis - Wide World of Sports
Eugenie Bouchard tennis: Canadian glamour girl ranking slide, downfall analysis  Wide World of Sports

A Wimbledon finalist at 20, Eugenie Bouchard had the world at her feet back in 2014. Sam Smith reveals what...


Jamie Murray suggests UK tennis failed to capitalise on brother's decade at top - The Guardian
Jamie Murray suggests UK tennis failed to capitalise on brother's decade at top  The Guardian

Jamie Murray believes opportunities were wasted to grow the game during his brother's period of success.


Who is Alex de Minaur? Inside his tennis journey - Now To Love
Who is Alex de Minaur? Inside his tennis journey  Now To Love

Australian Open breakout star Alex de Minaur is now the top-ranked Aussie player at our Grand Slam - ahead of Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios - here's ...


New hope for struggling ex-tennis stars - Western Advocate
New hope for struggling ex-tennis stars  Western Advocate

Todd Reid's heartbroken family and greats including John Newcombe and Evonne Goolagong have welcomed an initiative aimed at helping former players ...


Americans Dig Deep: Tiafoe stuns Anderson, McDonald pushes Cilic - Tennis Magazine
Americans Dig Deep: Tiafoe stuns Anderson, McDonald pushes Cilic  Tennis Magazine

MELBOURNE—Symmetry compelled. Second on today at Melbourne Park, a pair of young Americans sought to topple a pair of near-genius veterans and make ...


Tennis Australian Open Ash Barty should be the main attraction at Melbourne Park - ESPN
Tennis Australian Open Ash Barty should be the main attraction at Melbourne Park  ESPN

Forget Bernard Tomic. Forget Lleyton Hewitt. Ash Barty deserves the attention and spotlight at this year's Australian Open, writes Jake Michaels.


Tennis legend Pat Cash calls for Australia Day date to be changed - 9news.com.au
Tennis legend Pat Cash calls for Australia Day date to be changed  9news.com.au

Pat Cash invites TODAY to an indigenous community in Alice Springs to show why the Australia Day date shoul...


The Open tennis players staying with a Melbourne family - The Age
The Open tennis players staying with a Melbourne family  The Age

Instead of a hotel, two British Australian Open players are staying with a sports-mad family in Melbourne's south-east - and it's not the first time the family has ...


Tennis - 'Youth power' key to success for teenager Potapova - SBS News
Tennis - 'Youth power' key to success for teenager Potapova  SBS News

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The intense pressure of the professional circuit can be taxing for a 17-year-old but Anastasia Potapova of Russia is banking on "youth ...


Tennis Australian Open Bernard Tomic unloads on Lleyton Hewitt - ESPN
Tennis Australian Open Bernard Tomic unloads on Lleyton Hewitt  ESPN

Following his first-round Australian Open loss, Bernard Tomic unleashed on Lleyton Hewitt, declaring that a number of players won't play Davis Cup under ...


Australian Open 2019: Yulia Putintseva gives crowd middle finger salute - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019: Yulia Putintseva gives crowd middle finger salute  NEWS.com.au

Kazakhstan star Yulia Putintseva has knocked off Bernard Tomic as the biggest brat at the Australian Open when she finished off her flurry of disrespect with a ...


Australian Open 2019: The WAGs of tennis players - Now To Love
Australian Open 2019: The WAGs of tennis players  Now To Love

It's time to meet the first ladies of tennis who will be at this year's Australian Open. Check out all of the top tennis WAGs you can expect to see here.


Demon the hero Aussie men's tennis needs - Northern Star
Demon the hero Aussie men's tennis needs  Northern Star

After three days of unrest in the Australian camp, de Minaur let the racquet do the talking, progressing to the Australian Open third round.


Ashleigh Barty, an Australian Tennis Hopeful with a Beautiful Game - The New Yorker
Ashleigh Barty, an Australian Tennis Hopeful with a Beautiful Game  The New Yorker

Gerald Marzorati on the Australian women's tennis player Ashleigh Barty, who is sponsored by Vegemite.


Smashing Melbourne homes for tennis lovers - NEWS.com.au
Smashing Melbourne homes for tennis lovers  NEWS.com.au

Tennis lovers are sure to be courting a selection of ace listings the Melbourne property market has served up in time for the Australian Open.


Tennis Australian Open Nick Kyrgios Sam Stosur fail to advance - ESPN
Tennis Australian Open Nick Kyrgios Sam Stosur fail to advance  ESPN

Nick Kyrgios fought a persistent knee injury in his loss to Canadian Milos Raonic, while Sam Stosur's poor home record continued.


A Male Tennis Pro, a Female Coach and Shrugs for Anyone Who Thinks It Won’t Work - The New York Times
A Male Tennis Pro, a Female Coach and Shrugs for Anyone Who Thinks It Won’t Work  The New York Times

Amélie Mauresmo was ready to become France's Davis Cup captain when Lucas Pouille, a young French player, came to her with an offer: Coach him instead.


Andy Murray’s career could be saved by metal hip implant, says Bob Bryan - The Guardian
Andy Murray’s career could be saved by metal hip implant, says Bob Bryan  The Guardian

Bob Bryan says Andy Murray 'has been watching me like a hawk', as the American had hip surgery in August and on Wednesday won a first-round doubles ...


Tennis legend Andre Agassi chats with Sportsday - 3AW
Tennis legend Andre Agassi chats with Sportsday  3AW

Tennis legend Andre Agassi sat down for an exclusive interview with 3AW's Shane McInnes. He spoke about a range of issues, before ending the interview in ...


The Tennis Podcast: 5ft 8in Thomas Fabbiano conquers 6ft 11in Reilly Opelka at Australian Open 2019 - The Telegraph
The Tennis Podcast: 5ft 8in Thomas Fabbiano conquers 6ft 11in Reilly Opelka at Australian Open 2019  The Telegraph

The full tennis spectrum was on display at the Australian Open on Wednesday as 5ft 8in Thomas Fabbiano of Italy defeated 6ft 11in American Reilly Opelka.


Top Tennis Tantrums: Those moments where tennis players lose their cool - The Mercury
Top Tennis Tantrums: Those moments where tennis players lose their cool  The Mercury

Tennis is a psychologically challenging sport. No wonder so many players end up losing their temper in spectacular fashion. Most Viewed. 1. Lightning strikes ...


How Tennis Australia leads charge in analytics revolution that could forever change the game - ESPN
How Tennis Australia leads charge in analytics revolution that could forever change the game  ESPN

After lagging behind almost every other sport for years, tennis is on the brink of a data revolution that could forever change how we understand -- and play -- the ...


Why all the fuss about tennis balls? - The Sydney Morning Herald
Why all the fuss about tennis balls?  The Sydney Morning Herald

Players are fussier about their balls than dogs in the local park.


Andy Murray is set to retire, and the likes of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal might not be far behind - ABC News
Andy Murray is set to retire, and the likes of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal might not be far behind  ABC News

Brace yourself, tennis fans — Andy Murray may not be the only member of tennis's Big Four to bow out in 2019, writes Andrew McGarry.


Exclusive: LTA will seek Sir Andy Murray's help when playing career ends to help transform British tennis - The Telegraph
Exclusive: LTA will seek Sir Andy Murray's help when playing career ends to help transform British tennis  The Telegraph

The Lawn Tennis Association will invite Sir Andy Murray to work with them when his playing career ends as part of their ambitious quest over the next decade to ...


Tennis-Australian Open order of play on Thursday - Eurosport.co.uk
Tennis-Australian Open order of play on Thursday  Eurosport.co.uk

No change to text.) MELBOURNE, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Order of play on the main showcourts on the fourth day of the Australian Open on Thursday (play begins at ...


Australian Open: Uber Eats embeds ads to look like Kyrgios game play - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open: Uber Eats embeds ads to look like Kyrgios game play  NEWS.com.au

Australian Open viewers have been left confused after an Uber Eats launched a series of TV advertisements that tricked tennis fans into thinking it was a real ...


Tennis country carnival - The Murray Valley Standard
Tennis country carnival  The Murray Valley Standard

MURRYLANDS tennis clubs and associations were well represented once again in the annual Country Carnival championships run by Tennis SA. Matches ...


Tennis: Kerber wins battle of left-handers to progress to third round - Channel NewsAsia
Tennis: Kerber wins battle of left-handers to progress to third round  Channel NewsAsia

Second seeded German Angelique Kerber easily won the battle of left-handers against big-hitting Brazilian qualifier Beatriz Haddad Maia 6-2 6-3 to ...


Petra Kvitova Is The Most Unpredictable Player In Women’s Tennis - FiveThirtyEight
Petra Kvitova Is The Most Unpredictable Player In Women’s Tennis  FiveThirtyEight

Petra Kvitova, the tennis star from the Czech Republic, is 6-feet tall, left-handed and can crush her forehand and serve. She has won Wimbledon twice in her ...


Andy Murray announces plans to retire from tennis in near future - ESPN
Andy Murray announces plans to retire from tennis in near future  ESPN

Andy Murray said Friday he plans to retire and is targeting this year's Wimbledon as the final tournament of his career -- if he can keep playing that long.


Exciting chapter for Canadian tennis - CBC.ca
Exciting chapter for Canadian tennis  CBC.ca

Two names are synonymous with Canadian tennis: Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard. But talents like Bianca Andreescu and Denis Shapovalov are climbing ...


Game, set, match - five properties for tennis lovers - NEWS.com.au
Game, set, match - five properties for tennis lovers  NEWS.com.au

If the Australian Open has you inspired to roll on a sweatband and dust off the racket, you might be pleasantly surprised by what's currently on the market.


Australian tennis greats to launch 'Beyond The Tour' program following Todd Reid's death - Herald Sun
Australian tennis greats to launch 'Beyond The Tour' program following Todd Reid's death  Herald Sun

Some of the greatest figures in Australian tennis will meet at Melbourne Park on Tuesday to mark the launch of a program to help former players cope in ...


Tennis' last taboo: Why no openly gay male players? - The Sydney Morning Herald
Tennis' last taboo: Why no openly gay male players?  The Sydney Morning Herald

In spite of the multiculturalism in tennis, there is still one great anomaly at the heart of the men's game.


Tennis's seasonal place in the sporting consciousness makes the Australian Open even more special - ABC News
Tennis's seasonal place in the sporting consciousness makes the Australian Open even more special  ABC News

This summer the tumult in the Australian cricket team — and the enthralling series against India — has sucked what media oxygen remains for non-pigskin ...


Tennis players arrested after being linked to international match-fixing organisation - ABC News
Tennis players arrested after being linked to international match-fixing organisation  ABC News

Spanish police link 28 tennis players from the Futures and Challenger circuit with an international match-fixing ring, affecting as many as 97 tennis matches.


Sharapova solves Peterson, books Wozniacki clash after midnight in Melbourne - WTA Tennis
Sharapova solves Peterson, books Wozniacki clash after midnight in Melbourne  WTA Tennis

Former World No.1 Maria Sharapova set up a blockbuster third round with defending champion Caroline Wozniacki after a late-night victory over rising Swede ...


Sanctions for tennis corruption hit 10-year high in 2018 - The Sydney Morning Herald
Sanctions for tennis corruption hit 10-year high in 2018  The Sydney Morning Herald

More tennis players were disciplined for anti-corruption in 2018 than in any other year since the creation of the tennis integrity unit 10 years ago.


Australian Open 2019 live scores: Alex de Minaur wins, John Millman | Day 3 - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019 live scores: Alex de Minaur wins, John Millman | Day 3  NEWS.com.au

Follow our live coverage of day three of the Australian Open as Rafael Nadal and local hopes Alex de Minaur and John Millman feature. expand for key updates.


Serena Williams Australian Open outfit: strange fashion at the tennis - NEWS.com.au
Serena Williams Australian Open outfit: strange fashion at the tennis  NEWS.com.au

Serena Williams has done it again. The 23-time grand slam champion has stunned the world with her on-court look at the Australian Open, wearing an emerald ...


Australian Open tennis feels heat over player pay - The Australian Financial Review
Australian Open tennis feels heat over player pay  The Australian Financial Review

Australian Open's second seed Rafael Nadal and CEO of Tennis Australia Craig Tiley have played down simmering tensions behind the scenes over player pay.


Gold Coast tennis sensation storms into Aus Open third round - Whitsunday Times
Gold Coast tennis sensation storms into Aus Open third round  Whitsunday Times

Rising Gold Coast tennis star Kimberley Birrell's giant-killing summer has continued with an upset over Australian Open 29th seed Donna Vekic.


Tennis news - Karolina Pliskova overcomes slow start to run riot in victory over Madison Brengle - Eurosport.com AU
Tennis news - Karolina Pliskova overcomes slow start to run riot in victory over Madison Brengle  Eurosport.com AU

Karolina Pliskova survived a second-round scare at the Australian Open as the seventh seed recovered from a set down to defeat Madison Brengle on ...


Australian Open 2019 live scores day 3, results, order of play, Nick Kyrgios v Lleyton Hewitt | news.com.au — Australia's #1 news site - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019 live scores day 3, results, order of play, Nick Kyrgios v Lleyton Hewitt | news.com.au — Australia's #1 news site  NEWS.com.au

Boy, we needed that. After three days of allegations of in-fighting and unrest in the Australian camp whiz kid Alex de Minaur on Wednesday night let the racquet ...


Gold Coast tennis star Kim Birrell through to Aus Open third round after major upset - myGC.com.au
Gold Coast tennis star Kim Birrell through to Aus Open third round after major upset  myGC.com.au

Rising Gold Coast tennis star Kim Birrell has advanced to the third round of the Australian Open after an upset win over Croatia's Donna Vekic.


Tennis stars battle the heatwave at the Australian Open – in pictures - The Guardian
Tennis stars battle the heatwave at the Australian Open – in pictures  The Guardian

Players are given 10-minute heat stress breaks as Melbourne swelters during record-breaking temperatures. On Tuesday coastal breezes kept the heat to the ...


A trip back in time with an Australian tennis legend - The Age
A trip back in time with an Australian tennis legend  The Age

Kieran Carroll's new play invites audiences to relive the glory days of Australian tennis.


Australian Open 2019 Day 4 live updates, news: Lleyton Hewitt Nick Kyrgios - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019 Day 4 live updates, news: Lleyton Hewitt Nick Kyrgios  NEWS.com.au

Follow our live coverage of day four of the Australian Open as tournament favourites Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams continue their campaigns. expand for ...


‘Probably die out’: Nick Kyrgios’ ominous warning on future of tennis - Fox Sports
‘Probably die out’: Nick Kyrgios’ ominous warning on future of tennis  Fox Sports

Self-confessed entertainer Nick Kyrgios fears tennis would “probably die out” without the introduction of more fan-friendly team events and rapid fire action like ...


Eugenie Bouchard: Tennis star opens up on her ideal boyfriend, sister's instagram fame - Herald Sun
Eugenie Bouchard: Tennis star opens up on her ideal boyfriend, sister's instagram fame  Herald Sun

Tennis ace Eugenie Bouchard gets lonely on the pro tennis circuit — and shes described her ideal man.


Teary Victoria Azarenka admits to struggling after loss in Australia - Tennis Magazine
Teary Victoria Azarenka admits to struggling after loss in Australia  Tennis Magazine

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Victoria Azarenka cried, pausing for a minute, trying to reflect on the differences between her past and present experiences of ...


Inside Melbourne's Crown IMG Tennis Party - Vogue Australia
Inside Melbourne's Crown IMG Tennis Party  Vogue Australia

Crown Melbourne hosted its annual Crown IMG Tennis Party to launch Melbourne's summer of tennis on the eve of the 2019 Australian Open. One of the best ...


Tennis greats Sydney home and court for sale - NEWS.com.au
Tennis greats Sydney home and court for sale  NEWS.com.au

A Sydney tennis court with a water view and a cooling breeze is for sale — a big contrast to the hot conditions at the Australian Open.


An ugly fallout between two Aussie tennis stars has been unveiled - Fox Sports
An ugly fallout between two Aussie tennis stars has been unveiled  Fox Sports

Thanasi Kokkinakis is one of the brightest prospects in Australian tennis, but an ugly situation involving the young Aussie has been revealed.


Tennis: Tensions rise as Nadal backs under-pressure ATP boss - Channel NewsAsia
Tennis: Tensions rise as Nadal backs under-pressure ATP boss  Channel NewsAsia

Britain's Daily Telegraph reported at the weekend that a move was under way to topple ATP Tour chief Chris Kermode among a section of players unhappy at ...


Tennis champion Alicia Molik on why women should never compare themselves to men - 9Honey
Tennis champion Alicia Molik on why women should never compare themselves to men  9Honey

Tennis champion Alicia Molik is looking forward to girl power descending on Melbourne when the Australian Open kicks off this week. "It's an exciting time and ...


Ace at their job: Tennis stringers serve to ease player tensions - The Age
Ace at their job: Tennis stringers serve to ease player tensions  The Age

An East Timorese refugee is among 25 elite racquet stringers at the Australian Open.


Dan Evans produces shot of the year contender, tennis world loses its mind - NEWS.com.au
Dan Evans produces shot of the year contender, tennis world loses its mind  NEWS.com.au

Dan Evans has already produced what could be the shot of the year with an amazing effort in Australian Open qualifying.


Push to address generation gap in female tennis - ABC News
Push to address generation gap in female tennis  ABC News

Since the late 1970s, only one Australian woman has claimed a Grand Slam singles title and it's been 40 years since a local woman took out the Australian ...


Australian Open: Fortnite gaming competition comes to tennis tournament - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open: Fortnite gaming competition comes to tennis tournament  NEWS.com.au

Usually it's tennis greats like Djokovic or Kyrgios who bring the crowds to the Australian Open.


Australian Open 2019: Channel 9 slammed for ‘cheap, nasty’ coverage - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019: Channel 9 slammed for ‘cheap, nasty’ coverage  NEWS.com.au

Aussie viewers have reacted angrily to Channel 9's $350 million Australian Open experiment.


AT THE END OF THE DAY | Game, set, match for tennis' dumb and dumber - Central Western Daily
AT THE END OF THE DAY | Game, set, match for tennis' dumb and dumber  Central Western Daily

The rise of two young stars should mean the end of both Tomic and Kyrgios on the Australian sporting landscape.


Meet Jason Kubler, the tennis pro whose career went off script - The Sydney Morning Herald
Meet Jason Kubler, the tennis pro whose career went off script  The Sydney Morning Herald

You may have heard the name Jason Kubler but, in reality, he was far closer to household name status a decade ago when he picked up a description that ...


Royal Tennis doubles title goes to Rohan, Unmack - Ballarat Courier
Royal Tennis doubles title goes to Rohan, Unmack  Ballarat Courier

The Ballarat duo of Andrew Rohan and Rod Unmack have taken out a feature royal tennis doubles event on their home court. They came out on top in the ...


Tennis doesn't have a crucial influence on Rafael Nadal's life, says Toni - Tennis World USA
Tennis doesn't have a crucial influence on Rafael Nadal's life, says Toni  Tennis World USA

In a recent interview Toni Nadal was asked how the tennis matches, wins and losses, influence Rafael's life. The 32-year-old has been dating Maria Francisca ...


What's Venus Williams' secret to everlasting tennis life? - Tennis Magazine
What's Venus Williams' secret to everlasting tennis life?  Tennis Magazine

“Venus: She's Got It” was the message on one fan's sign at the Australian Open on Tuesday. For much of her first-round match with Mihaela Buzarnescu, though, ...


New Rules to End Never-Ending Tennis Match - Voice of America
New Rules to End Never-Ending Tennis Match  Voice of America

The Australian Open and Wimbledon Championships are finally putting a stop to extremely long matches.


Corporate hospitality: Hostplus to court employers at Australian Open tennis - The Australian Financial Review
Corporate hospitality: Hostplus to court employers at Australian Open tennis  The Australian Financial Review

Hostplus will defy those concerned about superannuation funds and corporate largesse by holding a lavish function for chief executives during the Australian ...


'What a fighter': Andy Murray epic leaves tennis world in awe - Yahoo Sports
'What a fighter': Andy Murray epic leaves tennis world in awe  Yahoo Sports

Andy Murray has shocked the tennis world with one of the most extraordinary performances of his storied career.


Tennis live: How to watch Australian Open and stream online free - Wide World of Sports
Tennis live: How to watch Australian Open and stream online free  Wide World of Sports

This page contains all the information you need to catch the Australian Open tennis action on Nine, below i...


Tennis Australian Open Basketball Nick Kyrgios How shooting hoops is helping ground Nick Kyrgios - ESPN
Tennis Australian Open Basketball Nick Kyrgios How shooting hoops is helping ground Nick Kyrgios  ESPN

As an avid follower of the NBA and a former junior basketballer, Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios says shooting hoops helps keep him grounded on the ...


Australian Open 2019: Alex de Minaur unhappy, officials, news, tennis - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open 2019: Alex de Minaur unhappy, officials, news, tennis  NEWS.com.au

Teenage tennis sensation Alex de Minaur has accused Australian Open organisers of punishing local players who perform well in home tournaments after ...


5 Tennis-themed movies to binge ahead of the Australian Open - 9TheFIX
5 Tennis-themed movies to binge ahead of the Australian Open  9TheFIX

Grab your popcorn and your racket. The Australian Open is almost upon us! If you're lucky enough to be going, you can now watch your favourite tennis flicks on ...


Australian Open tennis 2019 live scores, results, Roger Federer v Istomin: Day 1 | news.com.au — Australia's #1 news site - NEWS.com.au
Australian Open tennis 2019 live scores, results, Roger Federer v Istomin: Day 1 | news.com.au — Australia's #1 news site  NEWS.com.au

Andy Murray has gone down in an fighting five-set epic to Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut, before giving an emotional tribute in what could be his last match ever.


Tennis Australia backs Hewitt in Tomic row - Newcastle Herald
Tennis Australia backs Hewitt in Tomic row  Newcastle Herald

Tennis Australia is standing behind Lleyton Hewitt as Davis Cup captain despite a blistering attack from outsider Bernard Tomic. Tomic, the world No.88, said...


Person of Interest: Bianca Andreescu, Canada’s next promising tennis star - Sportsnet.ca
Person of Interest: Bianca Andreescu, Canada’s next promising tennis star  Sportsnet.ca

Earlier this month, Canadians woke up to some pretty remarkable news from the tennis court thanks to Bianca Andreescu. While many of her fellow countrymen ...


Tennis professionals at lower levels in an 'invidious position': report - The Sydney Morning Herald
Tennis professionals at lower levels in an 'invidious position': report  The Sydney Morning Herald

Professional tennis has a ''serious integrity problem,'' an independent task force has reported after a near three year investigation into match-fixing and ...


Australian Open tennis 2019: Novak Djokovic, Tennis battlers need more cash - Courier Mail
Australian Open tennis 2019: Novak Djokovic, Tennis battlers need more cash  Courier Mail

Australian Open favourite Novak Djokovic is committed to leading a crusade for increased prizemoney, amid claims players ranked outside the top 100 are living ...


In Women’s Tennis, Finesse Can Fight Power - The New York Times
In Women’s Tennis, Finesse Can Fight Power  The New York Times

Though baseline power remains the most fail-safe route to stardom, players with subtler, more creative games are also finding a way to win.


One week into the 2019 tennis season and the Big Four reunion might be a bust - ESPN
One week into the 2019 tennis season and the Big Four reunion might be a bust  ESPN

It's super-early in the 2019 season, but here's what we think we know: Don't expect a Big Four domination anytime soon, we have a new WTA contender, and, ...


Tennis Brisbane Rafael Nadal withdraws from Brisbane International, Melbourne in doubt - ESPN
Tennis Brisbane Rafael Nadal withdraws from Brisbane International, Melbourne in doubt  ESPN

World No. 2 Rafael Nadal admits his Australian Open campaign is in doubt after he was forced to withdraw from the Brisbane International with an injury ...


Ultimate Eugenie Bouchard fan praises the tennis star after her act of kindness - Fox Sports
Ultimate Eugenie Bouchard fan praises the tennis star after her act of kindness  Fox Sports

Eugenie Bouchard has her fair share of fans but 22-year-old Jeffrey Kinder has got to be the biggest — and the tennis star followed through on a promise to ...


Why are there no openly gay male tennis players? - The Australian Financial Review
Why are there no openly gay male tennis players?  The Australian Financial Review

At first glance, men's tennis appears a model of diversity. At next week's Australian Open, the first grand slam of the year, there will be 10 countries and five ...


Tennis Australia is navigating some of the sport's great barriers - ESPN
Tennis Australia is navigating some of the sport's great barriers  ESPN

A generation ago, the Australian Open was barely a major. Now, Tennis Australia has revived the major and become entrepreneurial in tournament tennis.


Tennis Australia defends new Dunlop balls against accusations they are 'terrible' - The Sydney Morning Herald
Tennis Australia defends new Dunlop balls against accusations they are 'terrible'  The Sydney Morning Herald

Tennis Australia has defended the new match balls for the Australian Open against accusations from Bernard Tomic and other players that they are cheaply ...


With $50m for netball and tennis, Berejiklian doubles down on sports - The Sydney Morning Herald
With $50m for netball and tennis, Berejiklian doubles down on sports  The Sydney Morning Herald

The Berejiklian government has taken its recent spending commitments on elite sporting infrastructure outside its stadium building program to well beyond $150 ...


Aussie Hives gets career-best tennis win - SBS News
Aussie Hives gets career-best tennis win  SBS News

Australian youngster Zoe Hives has recorded a career-best win over veteran Johanna Larsson to move into the second round of the Hobart International.


Australian Open tennis news 2019 | Victoria Azarenka back after emotional three years - Wide World of Sports
Australian Open tennis news 2019 | Victoria Azarenka back after emotional three years  Wide World of Sports

When Victoria Azarenka left the Australian Open after her 2016 quarter-final loss, no crystal ball could have forecast that when she returned three years later it ...


Ten gets 'the dregs': inside Tennis Australia's high-pressure Seven deal - The Sydney Morning Herald
Ten gets 'the dregs': inside Tennis Australia's high-pressure Seven deal  The Sydney Morning Herald

New documents lodged by ASIC show former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell allegedly made dozens of unauthorised calls to Seven executives.


The most stylish tennis players of all time - 9Honey
The most stylish tennis players of all time  9Honey

A strong backhand, fancy footwork and a strong dose of ambition are all part and parcel of being one of the world's top tennis players. Arguably, so is having a ...


Federer reveals the perfect tournament where he would retire from tennis - Tennis World USA
Federer reveals the perfect tournament where he would retire from tennis  Tennis World USA

Speaking to CNN, last month in Dubai Roger Federer commented on what tournament could mark his last tennis match in career. The Swiss player mentioned ...


Tennis Karolina Pliskova claims her second Brisbane International crown - ESPN
Tennis Karolina Pliskova claims her second Brisbane International crown  ESPN

Karolina Pliskova has won her second Brisbane International, overrunning Lesia Tsurenko 4-6 7-5 6-2 after being just two points from defeat.


Tennis Brisbane 'Perfect' Donna Vekic into Brisbane tennis semis - ESPN
Tennis Brisbane 'Perfect' Donna Vekic into Brisbane tennis semis  ESPN

It took less than an hour for Donna Vekic to book a spot in the Brisbane International semifinals, after she defeated Aliaksandra Sasnovich in straight sets.


Australian Open tennis results 2019 LIVE: Rafael Nadal in action; Roger Federer beats Dan Evans, Katie Boulter out - Evening Standard
Australian Open tennis results 2019 LIVE: Rafael Nadal in action; Roger Federer beats Dan Evans, Katie Boulter out  Evening Standard

Australian Open | Melbourne Welcome to the Evening Standard's LIVE coverage of the 2019 Australian Open. Dan Evans gave a reminder of just what a ...


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