Updates from the Australian Open, including Sloane Stephens, Caroline Wozniacki, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Kevin Anderson.
Take a look at the order of play for the third day of the 2019 Australian Open.
Dan Evans and Katie Boulter both have their work cut out as they fly the British flag in the second round of the Australian Open on Wednesday.
Australian Open Men's Singles Draw: Defending champion Roger Federer is looking to win a third consecutive title.
Australian Open Women's Singles Draw: Caroline Wozniacki will be defending her title in Melbourne.
Alexander Zverev answered doubts about his fitness with a comfortable win over Aljaz Bedene in the first round of the Australian Open.
Johanna Konta survived a deciding tie-break to defeat Ajla Tomljanovic and become the third British player to reach the second round of the Australian Open.
Andy Murray says he wants “to keep playing tennis” and will consider his options before deciding whether he undergoes further surgery on his hip.
Rafael Nadal poked fun at a journalist who fell asleep during his post-match press conference at the Australian Open.
Andy Murray fell in five thrilling sets to Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut at the Australian Open in what could potentially be the final match of his career.
British No 1 Kyle Edmund fell at the first hurdle of the Australian Open on Monday morning.
Katie Boulter made Grand Slam singles history as she won the first-ever contested 10-point match tie-break at the Australian Open to defeat Ekaterina Makarova.
A ruthless Rafael Nadal showed no mercy in a clinical first-round thumping of wildcard James Duckworth at the Australian Open on Monday.
Roger Federer says Andy Murray is a "legend" and the game's top players will be "hit hard" by his retirement.
With the Grand Slam season kicking off at the Australian Open, we have selected three men and three women to keeps tabs on in Melbourne.
Roger Federer remains as determined as ever for success on the highest stages but the Swiss appears relaxed as a history-making seventh Australian Open title beckons.
World No 1 Novak Djokovic says he can relate to the injury that has forced Andy Murray to announce he plans to retire after Wimbledon in the summer.
Rafael Nadal expressed his sadness at Andy Murray's impending retirement but supported the decision as the right move for the Scot's mental health.
Cameron Norrie was beaten by Tennys Sandgren in his first ATP Tour final at the ASB Classic in Auckland.
We look back at the most significant moments in Andy Murray's career following the news of his impending retirement.
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