After weeks of silence, Craig Tiley has finally spoken out about the Novak Djokovic debacle, TA’s involvement in his legal bills and whether he will stand down.
West Australian wild-card Maddison Inglis’ dream Australian Open run has continued after she won an incredible three-set contest against Hailey Baptiste at Margaret Court Arena.
Recovering from Covid, Nick Kyrgios faces one of the biggest tests of his career against Daniil Medvedev. But the Aussie still has some tricks up his sleeve.
Tennis Australia has finally had their say on claims made by a former mayor that they paid for unvaccinated star Novak Djokovic’s legal fees.
Nui Te Koha, Jackie Epstein, Sam Landsberger
Novak Djokovic is chasing an eye-watering payout for ‘ill treatment’ according to a source close to the world No 1. So does he have grounds for compensation?
Australian Open players are not being subjected to mandatory daily COVID-19 testing with organisers depending on their honesty despite claims a numbers of competitors have contracted the virus.
Lauren Wood and Joe Barton
The Australian Open has been hit by its first positive COVID test, less than three days after the competition started.
Maddison Inglis isn’t satisfied with beating last year’s US Open runner-up and hopes she is just getting started this fortnight
Nick Kyrgios’ flashy, bold – but crucially authentic – persona is his key to unlocking an epic earning potential, even if it annoys tennis purists.
Nick Kyrgios’ Jekyll and Hyde nature is both a blessing and a curse. Which Nick will show up against Daniil Medvedev? Sam Groth on how the Aussie can beat the No.2 seed.
One of Australia sport’s most powerful administrators says under-fire Craig Tiley will have no shortage of suitors if it is game, set and match at Tennis Australia.
The 2022 Australian Open will be Sam Stosur’s last as a singles player but she found something on the way out
World No.1 Ash Barty is through to the Australian Open third round without dropping a set courtesy of a 6-1 6-1 demolition of Italian qualifier Lucia Bronzetti.
Tennis Australia has lost a significant amount of money through the pandemic. Now, the chance to recoup some lost earnings. So the $2m question. What to do with Nick Kyrgios?
After reverting to underarm serves the struggling world number two turned to an Aussie as she plots a path to an Australian Open showdown with Ash Barty.
It’s silence on Novak Djokovic was deafening but the statement Tennis Australia eventually released was as vanilla as the desserts served at the Open, Sam Landsberger writes.
Nick Kyrgios lapped up the atmosphere he called a “zoo” at Melbourne Park but his opponent found it less enjoyable.
West Australian Storm Sanders conceded a one-set lead to fall to world No.2 Aryna Sabalenka in three sets at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday night.
Not even the WTA website knows much about Ash Barty’s next opponent. And the numbers that separate the pair are staggering.
Getting a wildcard in to the Australian Open could just be the start of a big run.
West Australian Maddison Inglis claimed her maiden grand slam win, upsetting US Open finalist Leylah Fernandez in three sets in Melbourne on Tuesday.
A big day of Aussies in action at Melbourne Park began with a loss.
Nick Kyrgios will play his first match of the new tennis year at the Australian Open but what should we expect?
Ash Barty made an emphatic statement in her quest for a maiden Australian Open title, destroying qualifier Lesia Tsurenko 6-0 6-1 in her opening round match on Rod Laver Arena.
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