2022 Australian Open
2022 Australian Open News
In the second longest Australian Open final, Rafael Nadal beat Daniil Medvedev to take the lead in tally for most Grand Slam titles with his 21st.
Australian Open 2022 Highlights, Men's Final: Nadal beats Medvedev in five sets for record 21st major
Follow live scores and updates from the Australian Open on Day 14 with focus on the men's final.
Medvedev will play Rafael Nadal in the final on Sunday as he continues his bid to be the first man in the Open era to win his second Grand Slam title at the next major tournament.
Follow live scores and updates from the Australian Open on Day 12 with focus on men's semi-finals.
Australian Open 2022: Ashleigh Barty wary of 'exceptional' Madison Keys, Danielle Collins ready for 'strong' Iga Swiatek
Two-time Grand Slam winner Barty is aiming to become the first Australian woman to win her home Grand Slam since Chris O'Neill in 1978 and will start as favourite.
Collins will face Iga Swiatek for a place in the final after the seventh seed ousted Estonian veteran Kaia Kanepi in three tough sets.
While only playing five matches, instead of a winners' seven, the 32-year-old said it left her in awe of those that go all the way.
"It is 99 percent sure that Novak won't go to the ATP Cup. He is training here (in Belgrade) but he has decided to give that tournament a miss," an unnamed member of his team said.
Melbourne to witness full houses for Boxing Day Ashes Test, 2022 Australian Open after easing of restrictions
Victoria Premier Dan Andrews said that the state was about to hit 90 percent vaccination, allowing long-standing restrictions to be swept aside, including capacity limits on sporting events.
The mercurial Australian created waves by saying he believed January's opening Grand Slam of the year should not go ahead out of respect for the struggles Melbourne, which hosts the tournament, has endured during the pandemic.
Nick Kyrgios calls for cancellation of 2022 Australian Open, sympathises with unvaccinated Novak Djokovic
The mercurial Australian said he believed January's opening Grand Slam of the year should not go ahead out of respect for the struggles Melbourne, which hosts the tournament, has endured during the pandemic.