Oz Open: Nick Kyrgios bows out with good memories and another broken racquet
Oz Open: Nick Kyrgios bows out with good memories and another broken racquet

 Teenager Nick Kyrgios bowed out of the Australian Open on Tuesday having shown further proof of his prodigious talent but he leaves Melbourne Park with three smashed racquets, code violations and concerns about his on-court histrionics.

Oz Open: Young and free Nick Kyrgios makes Australians rejoice
Oz Open: Young and free Nick Kyrgios makes Australians rejoice

 Teenager Nick Kyrgios ensured his compatriots would wake up to celebrate their national day on Monday by saving a match point against Andreas Seppi to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open on Sunday.

Australian Open: Federer toppled but pain-free Nadal powers on
Australian Open: Federer toppled but pain-free Nadal powers on

Rafa Nadal restored a semblance of order to the Australian Open on Friday after Italian Andreas Seppi sent shockwaves through the tournament by toppling Roger Federer in one of the greatest Melbourne Park upsets in recent memory.

Australian Open: Tomic, Kyrgios through to last 16
Australian Open: Tomic, Kyrgios through to last 16

Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic kept dreams alive of a first home win in the Australian Open for 39 years with third-round victories on Friday.

Late finish to year had no impact on Melbourne loss: Roger Federer
Late finish to year had no impact on Melbourne loss: Roger Federer

A late end to last season that included a successful Davis Cup final and matches in India had no impact on Roger Federer`s surprise third round loss to Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open on Friday, the second seed has said.

Australian Open: Federer dumped from Open as Sharapova, Murray survive
Australian Open: Federer dumped from Open as Sharapova, Murray survive

A stunned Roger Federer was dumped from the Australian Open Friday in his worst showing since 2001 as Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray and Eugenie Bouchard battled to stay in the title hunt.​

Is it a bee? Is it a blister? I don't really know: Roger Federer
Is it a bee? Is it a blister? I don't really know: Roger Federer

The mystery affliction that affected a finger, or fingers, on Roger Federer`s right hand had still not been solved more than an hour after he seen off a spirited performance from Italian journeyman Simone Bolelli at the Australian Open on Wednesday.

Roger Federer fights back to beat Simone Bolelli at Open
Roger Federer fights back to beat Simone Bolelli at Open

Swiss second seed Roger Federer bounced back after dropping the first set to trounce Italian Simone Bolelli and reach the third round at the Australian Open on Wednesday.

Rohan Bopanna-Aisam Qureshi bows out of US Open
Rohan Bopanna-Aisam Qureshi bows out of US Open

India's Rohan Bopanna and his Pakistani partner Aisam Qureshi crashed out of the US Open after going down fighting in the men's doubles first round contest at the Flushing Meadows here.

Anderson next up for Ferrer at French Open

Last year`s losing finalist David Ferrer reached the last 16 of the French Open for the sixth time by defeating Andreas Seppi of Italy 6-2, 7-6 (7/2), 6-3 on Saturday.

King Rafa records 300th clay win at Monte Carlo Masters

World number one Rafael Nadal cruises past Andreas Seppi 6-1, 6-3Thursday to record his 300th career win on clay. The Spaniard is the 11th player to achieve this feat. His compatriot and idol, Carlos Moya was the last person to do so.

Djokovic races into Monte Carlo Masters quarters

Defending champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia raced into the Monte Carlo Masters quarterfinals today, dispatching Pablo Carreno Busta 6-0, 6-1 in just 47 minutes.

Italy thwarts Britain`s dream of first Davis Cup semi-final in 33 years

Italy reportedly stunned Great Britain with a battling 3-2 win in Naples on Sunday to thwart the Britishers dream of a first Davis Cup semi-final appearance in 33 years.

Italy fight back to beat Britain and reach Davis Cup semis

Italy staged a superb fightback on Sunday to beat Britain in the Davis Cup quarter-finals as Fabio Fognini shocked Andy Murray, and Andreas Seppi eased past James Ward in the decisive fifth match.

Rain halts play in final Italy v Britain rubber

Rain forced the postponement of play in the final Davis Cup quarter-final singles rubber between Andreas Seppi and James Ward on Sunday.

Fognini stuns Murray to pull Italy level

Italy`s world number 13 Fabio Fognini stunned a tiring Andy Murray 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 to level their Davis Cup quarter-final tie 2-2 with Britain in Naples on Sunday.

Andy Murray sweeps Seppi to revive Davis Cup bid

Andy Murray relaunched Britain`s bid for a long-awaited place in the semi-finals of the Davis Cup after sweeping aside Italy`s Andreas Seppi 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 in their postponed rubber to level the tie in Naples on Saturday.

Czechs on top, Swiss level, Italy, Germany lead

Holders Czech Republic took a huge step towards the Davis Cup semi-finals by opening a 2-0 lead over Japan on Friday, while Roger Federer`s Switzerland were locked at 1-1 with Kazakhstan in their quarter-final.

Poor light halts Murray`s Davis Cup comeback for Britain

Britain`s Davis Cup quarter-final with Italy was in the balance on Friday when poor light halted play during the second rubber between Britain`s Andy Murray and Italian Andreas Seppi.

Spain`s David Ferrer advances at Sony Open

Spain`s David Ferrer, the world No. 4, has defeated Italy`s Andreas Seppi 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the round of 16 at the Sony Open in Key Biscayne, Florida.