Huge upset at Australian Open as Rafa Nadal bows out

Tearful Rafa Nadal bowed out of the Australian Open after retiring his tie with Marin Cilic through injury. Nadal called for the doctors in Melbourne as he was two sets to one up in his quarter-final clash with the sixth-seed. The Spaniard, who was bidding for his second Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic suffers shock defeat at Australian Open

Novak Djokovic has suffered a shock defeat at the Australian Open. The six-times champion was beaten in straight sets by world No.58 Hyeon Chung who celebrated the biggest win of his career. Djokovic, who struggled with an elbow injury throughout as he bowed out at the last-16

Britain’s Kyle Edmund sets sights on Australian Open glory

Comeback Kid Kyle Edmund is ready to go all the way at the Australian Open after setting up a glamour quarter-final clash with Grigor Dimitrov . The British No.2 reached the last eight of a Grand Slam for a first time by staging another stirring fightback against

Australian Open 2018: Results, order of play and latest odds

World No.2 Roger Federer continued his charge towards a 20th grand slam title with a 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 win over German Jan-Lennard Struff in the second round of the Australian Open. Serbian Novak Djokovic also progressed to the third round with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 win over France's

Roger Federer is a perfect match for Will Ferrell’s Anchorman-style grilling

Roger Federer matched wits with Will Ferrell in an Anchorman-style grilling on court in Melbourne after making light work of Aljaz Bedene. The Australian Open defending champion took care of business 6-3 6-4 6-3 against the Slovenian, who until recently played for Great Britain. His customary post-victory chat with John

US players weren’t only problem in men’s tourney snoozefest

These two truths are masked as rhetorical questions regarding a U.S. Open in which five of the top 11 men’s players — including two of the Big Four — were absent from the draw because of physical ailments and four of the top 10 seeds were gone by the tournament’s

New York’s still Roger Federer’s town despite Tiafoe’s challenge

This was a reminder, as if we ever should have needed one on the court where two years ago Roberta Vinci stopped Serena Williams’ pre-ordained march to the Grand Slam in a staggering semifinal match, that sporting events are competitions rather than coronations. Because Tuesday’s first-round match between the ageless Roger

Wimbledon championship: Everything you need to know about the 2017 order of play – including when you can watch Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic

Wimbledon 2017: The tennis tournament is back for another year [Getty] Favourites like Andy Murray, Venus Williams and Novak Djokovic are all set to take the court as hundreds of fans swarm to watch them play. Every year tennis watchers descend on Wimbledon to watch the pros in their, often tense, matches. Of course they also