From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Super talented Nick Kyrgios bombed an ideal chance to redeem himself on the opening day of the Davis Cup quarter final clash with Kazakhstan at Darwin.
It started with a party but by the end of the day, Australian tennis was left nursing a very big headache.
Bernard Tomic has accepted blame over his arrest in Miami but says police didn’t give him enough time to leave his $A7000-a-night hotel penthouse following complaints of loud music and early morning partying.
Dustin Johnson says the golfing gods owe him nothing as he looks to rebound from his spectacular US Open near-miss with an overdue major championship breakthrough at St Andrews.
With just three weeks to go until the tournament kicks off, everything is slowly falling into place in preparation for the tournament.
Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has found himself in trouble with the law again overnight after resisting arrest from Miami police.
Davis Cup captain Wally Masur is nervous – and it’s not Nick Kyrgios’ sore thigh that has him on edge.
One of the most-loved tournaments of the 2015 PGA Tour, the British Open, is here.
Tiger Woods has predicted he’ll win his 15th major when the 144th British Open tees off tomorrow.
Davis Cup captain Wally Masur has scoffed at suggestions Nick Kyrgios has become a liability, saying the 20-year-old is a spearhead capable of doing his country proud.
Australia’s Sam Groth famously holds the world record for the fastest tennis serve ever in a professional tournament, and his big serve was on display on the biggest stage when he faced former world number one, Roger Federer, at Wimbledon earlier this month.
John Tomic says his family is receiving legal advice after Tennis Australia (TA) distributed an email which stated his son Bernard was playing in the “Hall of Shame Tennis Championships”.
He’s been garnering headlines over allegations of tanking, poor on-court behaviour and a simmering feud with Tennis Australia’s director of performance Pat Rafter – now Nick Kyrgios has something else to frown about.
An embarrassed Tennis Australia has apologised for a “typo” that said controversial star Bernard Tomic is due to play at the “Hall of Shame Tennis Championships”.
Novak Djokovic has retained his Wimbledon crown and ended Roger Federer’s bold bid to become tennis’s oldest grand slam champion with a scintillating four-set victory in Sunday’s blockbuster final.
Novak Djokovic won his third Wimbledon and ninth Slam with a 7-6 6-7 6-4 6-3 win over Roger Federer early this morning.
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Match Result: Novak Djokovic has won his 9th Grand Slam title, and third at Wimbledon, with a four set win over Roger Federer on Sunday night at the All England club.
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After two weeks of highly entertaining tennis from the world’s leading men, this year’s Wimbledon Championships will reach its climax with a repeat of last year’s classic championship decider between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
The crowd erupts. Andy Murray has come back against Roger Federer from 0-40 down at 5-7, 4-5.
Match result: Serena Williams has completed her second Slam – all four titles – with a 6-4 6-4 win over Garbine Muguruza at Wimbledon.
When one looks at the men’s Semi-Final line-up, it’s not hard to spot the more appealing match-up.
After 126 matches, numerous upsets and few surprises, the women’s draw at Wimbledon will climax with Serena Williams attempting to become the first woman since herself in 2002-3 to hold all four Grand Slam titles simultaneously.
Wimbledon’s two weeks brings out the best and worst of tennis commentary.
For the 24th time, and third on grass at Wimbledon, Roger Federer and Andy Murray will battle in an ATP event in the semi-final at the All England Club.
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Match result: Djokovic in three sets. 7-6, 6-4, 6-4
While the bigger names in Australian men’s tennis have felt the heat of an unrelenting media spotlight this Wimbledon, Melbournian John Peers has slipped largely under the radar, making his way to the Wimbledon doubles final with Scot Jamie Murray – older brother of Andy.
In the wake of the retirement of champion footballer Chris Judd last month, a touching article was written by former Carlton rookie list player Matthew Lodge and published by Fox Sports.
Twenty-year-old Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has copped an onslaught of criticism throughout the Wimbledon tournament this year, particularly after his loss to Richard Gasquet in the fourth round.
We are now down to the last four men at Wimbledon, with the world’s top three and a former semi-finalist competing for the trophy.
Will 20th ranked Garbine Muguruza inflict an upset over Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska? Join The Roar for live scores of the match on centre court from 10pm AEST.
Of the 128 women that started in the main draw at Wimbledon, only four have managed to make it to the semi-finals, which this year will comprise three experienced campaigners and a first time Grand Slam semi-finalist.
Nick Kyrigos’ repeated petulant antics, which included bouncing his racket in to the crowd and accusations of tanking, have sunk the Australian’s integrity levels to a new low.