The world No.4 has won his 19th Tour match in a row as he seeks his first Grand Slam title in Melbourne.
The former top 10 star revealed that he ‘couldn’t put his socks on’ prior to playing his quarter-final match.
The 39-year-old experienced some difficulty behind her serve in the second set during what was an otherwise clinical win in Melbourne Park.
The mentor of the world No.1 has also shed some light on her plans for the year ahead.
Prior to this year, the world No.114 has never played in the main draw of a Grand Slam and now he is in the semi-finals.
A day after Novak Djokovic declined to speak about the results of his MRI scan the world No.2 weights in on the debate about if players...
The world No.1 reacts to her latest win at Melbourne Park where she is yet to drop a set this year.
The tournament confirmed the Italian was suffering from an injury and so did Rafael Nadal.
The world No.4 shares his thoughts about the greatest of all time debate.
The second seed didn’t have it all his own way despite the straight sets victory.
The 17-time Grand Slam champion admits that continuing to play in Melbourne Park could have an impact on his schedule for the upcoming weeks but what...
The 17-timer Grand Slam champion rallied to a three-hour win at Melbourne Park amid speculation over his current fitness.
The Australian says his actions shouldn’t be ‘taken seriously’ after making another jibe at the world No.1.
The world No.3 is staying coy about his current fitness after suffering a shock loss at the Grand Slam.
A nasty stumble during the match didn't stop the American for reaching her 54th major quarter-final.
The world No.21 derscribes his shock win as 'one of those matches where you keep the ball rolling' but admits his opponent might have been dealing...
The Austrian staged a marathon comeback to keep his Australian Open title hopes alive.
The world No.2 spoke about the improvement of her serve, the fast conditions conditions at Melbourne Park and a potential clash with Iga Swiatek following her...
The world No.3 admits that she wasn't entirely happy with her latest match despite only dropping five games.
Could Sabalenka's run of disappointing Grand Slam results be coming to an end?