The third round was full of upsets. Will that continue as the round of 16 begins?
Friday will be highlighted by two of the sport’s brightest young stars meeting for the second consecutive Major.
Yesterday’s heat will be replaced by much cooler conditions, but the wind will continue to make its presence known around the grounds.
Cooler conditions will be replaced by heat, heavy winds, and rain, complicating matters for players as the second round commences.
With rain causing long delays on Monday, Tuesday will be a busy day as the tournament tries to get back on schedule.
Both defending singles champions will begin their title defences on Monday down under.
Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas will play for the biggest title of their careers.
Who will advance to the championship match at the biggest non-Major event of the year?
Who will join Dominic Thiem, Roger Federer, and Stefanos Tsitsipas in Saturday’s semifinals?
It’s the 49th installment of Federer against Djokovic, with the winner moving onto the semifinals, and the loser being eliminated from the tournament.
After a day of upsets in the Andre Agassi Group on Monday, will the surprises continue today?
Novak Djokovic plays Dominic Thiem for a commanding lead in the Bjorn Born Group, while Roger Federer faces Matteo Berrettini to stay out of last place.
Rafael Nadal competes to win this event for the first time, as well as secure the year-end No.1 ranking.
The top eight players in the world are in London, with the year-end world No.1 ranking to be decided.
It’s the world No.1 against the defending champion for the biggest non-Major title of the year.
The top two seeds and the bottom two seeds face off to secure a spot in tomorrow’s championship match.
Karolina Pliskova plays Simona Halep for the final spot in the semifinals.
It is all to play for in Shenzhen for Ash Barty and her rivals on Thursday.
Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina will battle to take a commanding lead in the Purple Group, while Bianca Andreescu and Karolina Pliskova fight to keep their...
The Australian Open champion battles the Australian world No.1 for the lead in the Red Group.