From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Dan Evans condemned members of Bernard Tomic’s courtside box as “complete idiots” after sending the last home hope crashing out of the Australian Open men’s singles.
Fourth-seeded Stan Wawrinka kicks off round three at Melbourne Park against 29th seed Viktor Troicki of Serbia. Join The Roar for live scores from 2:30pm (AEDT).
World No.1 and now outright favourite to take out his first Australian Open Andy Murray faces a tricky challenge in the third round, taking on big-serving American Sam Querrey. Join The Roar for live scores of the match from around 2pm (AEDT).
Reigning Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber has been unconvincing thus far and needs to improve her game if she is to progress past Kristyna Pliskova. Join The Roar for live scores from 12.30pm (AEDT).
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I love Nick Kyrgios.
Ah, the Australian Open. It’s one of the best times of the year – wall-to-wall tennis action. It really is my favourite individual sport. There’s only one downside, and that’s the inevitable slew of hot takes, which my boy Nick Kyrgios is usually stuck in the middle of.
Nobody thought Denis Istomin could beat defending Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic in the second round of the at Melbourne Park – and that included the bespectacled 30-year-old from Uzbekistan.
Jordan Thompson’s fighting spirit wasn’t enough to quell Austrian star Dominic Thiem in their second round Australian Open battle.
Daria Gavrilova is refusing to get carried away with her Australian Open prospects despite working her way into the third round with hard-fought 6-2 1-6 6-4 win over Croatian teen Ana Konjuh.
Novak Djokovic accepts his decade-long dominance of the Australian Open may be over after suffering his earliest grand slam loss in nine years .
A fascinating second-round match-up on Rod Laver Arena sees 2009 Australian Open champion Rafael Nadal play former finalist Marcos Baghdatis. Join The Roar for live scores from 8.30pm (AEDT).
In what should be a predictable second round Australian Open meeting, world no.61 Lucie Safarova will look to cause a major upset and reverse a terrible history against second seed Serena Williams. Join The Roar for live scores of the match from 7pm (AEDT).
After enduring a marathon against Horacio Zeballos in five sets, Ivo Karlovic faces Australian wildcard Andrew Whittington in the second round. Join The Roar for live scores from around 4pm (AEDT).
World No.3 Milos Raonic has a tough task in the third round of the Australian Open as he takes on world No.28 and Sydney International champion Gilles Müller. Join The Roar for live scores from around 2pm (AEDT).
Nick Kyrgios was an embarrassment last night.
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When Nick Kyrgios led veteran Italian Andreas Seppi 6-1 7-6 3-2 in the second round of the Australian Open at Melbourne Park last night it was all over bar the handshakes at the net.
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While critics are suggesting it might be time for Sam Stosur to call it quits, that’s the wrong answer to a complex issue.
The Nick Kyrgios versus Andreas Seppi match on Wednesday night, and the affiliated Channel Seven cheerleading team, was one of the most uncomfortable and disheartening things I have seen in tennis – in fact sport – for years.
Roger Federer will be hoping to build momentum when he takes on Czech Tomas Berdych in the third round of the Australian Open. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the match from around 8:30pm (AEDT).
Qualifier Lukas Lacko has a tough task on his hand when he takes on world No.5 Kei Nishikori. Can the Slovak cause a major upset or will Nishikori go a step further in his quest for a maiden grand slam title? Join The Roar for live scores from 7pm (AEDT).
Ashleigh Barty will continue her dream Aussie Open campaign against qualifier Mona Barthel in the third round. Can the Australian go a step further or will the German cause a major upset? Join The Roar from 7pm (AEDT) for live coverage.
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27th seed Bernard Tomic will be out to get back to his best in the third round of the Australian Open when he takes on the dangerous Englishman Daniel Evans. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from around 5pm (AEDT).
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Nick Kyrgios’ defeat on Wednesday evening was such a great calamity that it made Mike Baird’s sudden resignation the following day almost predictable. It was as if the whole country woke up and said ‘I give up too’.
Moments after Nick Kyrgios’ implosion was complete, as the 21-year-old was booed out of Hisense Arena by his home crowd, he smirked.
For just the second time since 2010, someone other than Novak Djokovic will win this year’s Australian Open men’s singles title, following one of the biggest upsets in the tournament’s history.
‘Athlete as role model’ sounds more like a painting by Monet than a cultural catch-cry.
Australian Open eighth seed Dominic Thiem will be out to improve his form line when he takes on comeback king Jordan Thompson in the second round. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the match from around 8:30pm (AEDT).
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Aussie fan favourite Daria Gavrilova faces 19-year-old Croatian Ana Konjuh in the second round of the Australian Open. Join The Roar from around 6:30pm (AEDT) for live scores and coverage.
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Denis Istomin shocked the tennis world with an incredible five-set win over number two seed Novak Djokovic. Check out the incredible highlights in the video.
Johanna Konta has emerged from the clouds over the last two years to become one of the world’s most formidable players, and there is little to suggest that her progress will be halted anytime soon.
I won’t lie. The Australian wasn’t going to win the match.
This time twelve months ago, Ashleigh Barty was scoring runs and taking wickets for the Brisbane Heat in the Women’s Big Bash League.
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