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Qatar Open: Frustrated after defeat in semi-finals, Novak Djokovic insists goal is to win Australian Open title
Despite losing his first game of the year on Friday, a clearly frustrated six-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic said his Grand Slam target for later this month was 'a trophy'.
Germany's Alexander Zverev has boosted his coaching team ahead of the US Open by adding former Grand Slam winner Ivan Lendl to his staff.
Munich Open: Defending champion Alexander Zverev survives scare against Yannick Hanfmann to reach last eight
Defending champion Alexander Zverev had to dig deep to win his second-round match at the ATP tournament in Munich on Wednesday after a scare against fellow German Yannick Hanfmann.
Miami Open: Juan Martin del Potro registers impressive come-from-behind win over Milos Raonic; John Isner topples Chung Hyeon
Juan Martin del Potro raised the roof as he came from behind to beat Milos Raonic 5-7, 7-6 (7/1), 7-6 (7/3) and power into a Miami Open semi-final clash with American John Isner.
Miami Open: Marin Cilic downs Vasek Pospisil; Juan Martin del Potro breezes past Kei Nishikori to enter fourth round
Former US Open champions Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro powered into the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday with straight-sets victories.
Indian Wells Masters: Roger Federer strolls past Jeremy Chardy to set up rematch with Chung Hyeon in quarter-finals
World No 1 Roger Federer's remarkable run continued as he booked his quarter-final berth in the ATP Indian Wells Masters with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Jeremy Chardy on Wednesday.
Former world number one Novak Djokovic's toughest hurdle when he returns to the ATP Tour after a long injury absence will be a mental one, believes former coach Boris Becker.
Delray Beach Open: Frances Tiafoe beats Peter Gojowczyk, becomes youngest American to win ATP title since 2002
Wildcard Frances Tiafoe captured his first ATP Tour title Sunday, defeating Peter Gojowczyk in the Delray Beach Open final to become the youngest American to win an ATP Tour title in 15 years.
Australian Open 2018: Record-chasing Roger Federer sees no scope for improvement in final against Marin Cilic
Roger Federer says he has nothing to improve in his stellar game as he closes in on a 20th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
In 20 years at the top, Federer has seen plenty of players come and go and only had praise for the youngster.
Federer was leading 6-1, 5-2 when the South Korean called it quits with foot blisters and will now face Marin Cilic in Sunday's final.
On paper it looks hugely one-sided. Federer, a 19-time Grand Slam champion and veteran of 382 Slam showdowns over 20 years, up against an unseeded 21-year-old lining up for just his 17th match at a major.
Marin Cilic dominated British hope Kyle Edmund in straight sets to become the first Croatian to reach the final of the Australian Open on Thursday.
Australian Open 2018: Serena Williams tells Tennys Sandgren to apologise to 'entire group of people' over controversial tweets
Serena Williams called on Tennys Sandgren to apologise on Wednesday after the unheralded American exited the Australian Open amid a backlash over his political views.
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.
Sandgren has been accused of homophobia and racism in recent days on social media and queried about following right-wing nationalists on Twitter and other online platforms.
Australian Open 2018: Roger Federer takes on Tomas Berdych in quarters; Hyeon Chung faces Tennys Sandgren
Roger Federer resumes his long-time rivalry with Tomas Berdych as giantkillers Chung Hyeon and Tennys Sandgren face off in an Australian Open quarter-final no one predicted on Wednesday.
Australian Open 2018: Tennys Sandgren's mother cracks her rib celebrating son's win against Dominic Thiem
Sandgren, only the second man in the last 20 years to make the quarter-finals on his Australian Open debut, plays Korean giant-killer Chung Hyeon on Wednesday for a place in the semis.
For Novak Djokovic it must have felt like some nightmarish fight to the death against a clone of himself on Monday as Hyeon Chung stunned the six-times Australian Open champion with a display ripped straight out of the Serb’s textbook.
South Korean star Chung Hyeon's dream came true Monday as he dumped six-time champion and his idol Novak Djokovic out of the Australian Open in a sensational fourth round upset.