Wozniacki to retire after Australian Open
Former world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki will retire after the Australian Open to focus on different challenges in life, including starting a family.
After playing in the inaugural ATP Cup in January, Nick Kyrgios will return to Kooyong to fine-tune his game for the Australian Open.
Ashleigh Barty paid tribute to her family’s unconditional love after winning a third-straight Newcombe Medal as Australia’s outstanding tennis player of 2019.
Switzerland’s 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer will become the first living person to be celebrated on a coin in the country.
World No.1 Ashleigh Barty has been honoured with a third straight Newcombe Medal as Australia’s outstanding tennis player of 2019.
Tennis legend Margaret Court will be recognised and celebrated for her 1970 grand slam sweep at the Australian Open in January.
British tennis great Tim Henman says Andy Murray’s extraordinary return from hip resurfacing surgery has inspired people of all walks of life across the world.
Former world No.1 Sir Andy Murray admits wanted to quit tennis because of his many injury problems.
Andy Murray’s comeback will gather momentum in Australia with the ATP Cup and season-opening grand slam.
Australia will host Brazil on March 6-7 for the right to earn a place in the Davis Cup Finals next November in Madrid.
Spain’s world No.1 Rafael Nadal and a grieving Roberto Bautista Agut have won their singles matches against Canada as the hosts won the revamped Davis Cup.
Barcelona star Gerard Pique, a key figure behind the new look Davis Cup competition, wants to make the event “bigger and better.“
For 73 years, Mexico City’s Plaza de Toros bullring has hosted hundreds of bullfights but it has also hosted tennis great Roger Federer.
American teenage star Coco Gauff will play in Auckland in early January, two weeks out from her maiden appearance at the Australian Open.
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