Caroline Wozniacki's career of consistency comes to an end as Dane chooses to retire on her own terms
It is interesting to note that much of Wozniacki’s career over the last few years has seen major rises and small blips, owing in no small part due to seemingly minor-injuries that have piled up
Monte Carlo Masters: Rafael Nadal says he won't skip tournaments to lengthen career like rival Roger Federer
Federer is missing the claycourt season for the second year in a row, but Nadal says he has no plans to skip any Grand Slam tournaments in the near future.
A crying Roger Federer is a sight to see. Choking, bumbling, tears streaked across his face, he looks fallible. Human. And yet so much of what he does on the tennis court is other-worldly.
Twitter erupted after Roger Federer won his 20th Grand Slam title. A look at the best tweets:
Australian Open 2018: Caroline Wozniacki-Simona Halep final a fitting end to an intense fortnight for women’s tennis
If women’s tennis needed an advertisement for tenacity, the Australian Open final between Caroline Wozniacki and Simona Halep was it.
In a game that has become increasingly physical over the years, neither Federer’s body nor his mind is showing signs of wear and tear. He has preserved his body with smart scheduling and kept his mind fresh by occasionally going off the circuit.
Australian Open 2018: Marin Cilic gives himself, and the lost generation, another shot at a Grand Slam title
Soft-spoken off-court, Cilic’s booming shots create quite the racket on it. Not many of his generation have had a third shot at a Grand Slam. Then again, he’s probably worked the hardest for it.
Chung, Korea’s latest sporting sensation, will run into the evergreen Federer and his mountain of history on Friday.
Australian Open 2018: Roger Federer reveals he reached out to Rafael Nadal wishing him speedy recovery
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal might be arch-rivals on court but off it they are good friends and the compassionate Swiss star has been worried about the injured World No 1.
Australian Open 2018: Caroline Wozniacki overcomes late wobble to defeat Elise Mertens and reach final
Caroline Wozniacki is one match away from ending her Grand Slam title drought after overcoming a late wobble to beat unseeded Elise Mertens.
Sandgren becomes just the second man in the last 20 years since Frenchman Nicolas Escude to make the quarter-finals on his Australian Open debut.
Australian Open 2018: Simona Halep says she's close to playing at 100 percent despite tiring route to quarters
Halep has spent a shade under eight hours on court in four matches so far, including an epic 3-hour, 44-minute clash with Lauren Davis on Saturday which the Romanian won 15-13 in the final set.
Australian Open 2018: Well-behaved Nick Kyrgios keeps emotions in check to get past Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
That was the first glimpse of the new well-behaved Kyrgios — a man who has seemingly evolved from being a notorious tantrum-throwing waste of talent. Kyrgios 2.0, perhaps.
It’s been over six months that the tennis world had seen Djokovic and Wawrinka play a competitive match, and two years since Sharapova featured in the year’s first Major. Upon their return to Melbourne Park, they took contrasting paths to 1st round victories.
Perhaps gripped by the thought of winning his first main draw round, and the pressure and expectation of it, Bhambri played with none of the freedom that a qualifier is usually allowed
Azarenka had been handed a wildcard into the opening Grand Slam of the year in Melbourne, starting on 15 January, but will not be making the trip.