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The incredibles
The incredibles Features

The incredibles

Mark Petchey picks the classic Australian Open matches that have had him on the edge of his seat...

Marathon matches Features

Marathon matches

After Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal's Australian Open marathon, we look at sport's longest matches.

Nole the imperious Features

Nole the imperious

Tim Clement reflects on an Australian Open which saw Novak Djokovic cement his superiority.

Rafa's revenge Features

Rafa's revenge

Friendships will be put aside as Nadal looks to avenge a year of inferiority, writes Tim Clement from Melbourne.

Formidable challenge Features

Formidable challenge

The hard work starts now for Andy Murray, says Barry Cowan, as the top four clash in Melbourne.

Out but not down Features

Out but not down

Tim Clement blogs from Melbourne after watching Andy Murray lose a thriller against Novak Djokovic.

Fed's Top 10 Features

Fed's Top 10

As Roger Federer plays his 1,000th match, we pick out 10 of his best wins during a record-breaking career.

Stuck in first gear Features

Stuck in first gear

Sky Sports' Tim Clement fears that Andy Murray's easy progress could be to his detriment.

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Watch the race to London and the ATP World Tour Finals live on Sky Sports

Watch the race to London and the ATP World Tour Finals live on Sky Sports

The race to London is nearly over, and we will soon find out who has made the draw for the ATP World Tour Finals live on Sky Sports.

Andy Murray: Barry Cowan says Brit will definitely reach the ATP World Tour Finals

Andy Murray: Barry Cowan says Brit will definitely reach the ATP World Tour Finals

Andy Murray’s first tournament win in 15 months will give him huge confidence.

What we learned

What we learned

Has the dam finally broken? Many are predicting that in future years we will look back on Marin Cilic’s victory in the US Open as the moment that heralded a new influx of stars to the top table of men’s tennis.