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  1. Tennis - Australian Open - First Round

    Tennis: Holder Osaka faces Zheng before possible meeting with Gauff

    World number four Naomi Osaka will continue her Australian Open title defence with a clash against China's Zheng Saisai, while Roger Federer and ...
  2. Novak Djokovic beat Jan-Lennard Struff in the first round

    Tennis: Djokovic thanks Ivanisevic tips after flurry of aces

    Defending champion Novak Djokovic said he had been taking tips from serving maestro Goran Ivanisevic after he hammered down a series of aces in ...
  3. Tennis - Australian Open Previews

    Djokovic crosses fingers for clean air at Melbourne Park

    Defending champion Novak Djokovic says he was saddened by the sight of players and ball kids struggling in smoky conditions during Australian Open ...
  4. ATP Cup

    Tennis: Djokovic the man to beat, again, at Melbourne Park

    Gary Lineker's celebrated quote that soccer is a simple game that "the Germans always win" might well be adapted to tennis and the inescapable ...
  5. ATP Cup

    Tennis: Buoyed Djokovic banking on history repeating itself

    Champion Novak Djokovic will be gunning for his eighth Australian Open title in Melbourne under circumstances strikingly similar to those when he ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: ATP Finals

    Tennis: Federer eyeing another miracle in Melbourne

    Roger Federer continues to defy the ageing process but even the great Swiss will know the window of opportunity to add to his Grand Slam haul is ...
  7. Even at 38, Roger Federer still has the tools to win the title

    Tennis: Five men to watch at the Australian Open tennis

    Five players to watch in the men's draw at the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, which starts on Monday:
  8. Defending champion Novak Djokovic has won the Australian Open seven times

    Tennis: 'Hopefully not this year' - Big Three aim to keep young challengers at bay

    Novak Djokovic admits the next generation of players are edging closer, but tennis's Big Three remain one step ahead as they aim to extend their ...