13 years after she narrowingly missed out on a spot in the last eight, Cornet has finally broken new territory at Melbourne Park.
The Russian was heard describing the game of his rival as 'boring' before later explaining that it was a tactic of his.
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Krejcikova has already triumphed in doubles at Melbourne Park, now she has her sight set on singles glory.
The German was highly critical of himself after crashing out of the Happy Slam.
The Spaniard reflects on his current form and previews his upcoming encounter with Denis Shapovalov at Melbourne Park.
Shapovalov's win ends his rivals bid to win his first Grand Slam and clinch the world No.1 ranking.
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The world No.8 speaks out about decision to allow optional testing at Melbourne Park.
The Italians are making big strides in Melbourne as they search for a place in the second week.
Is the number of positive cases at Melbourne Park higher than what is being reported?
The world No.4 endured a tricky encounter against the South American who is making his Grand Slam debut in Melbourne.
Prior to this week the 27-year-old had never won a main draw match at Melbourne Park or beaten a top 20 player.
The world No.3 reveals that her preparations for the new season was severely disrupted.
Amanda Anisimova stunned Belinda Bencic to make the last 32 at the Australian Open.
The former world No.1 also addresses the chances of a mandatory vaccination being implemented on the Tour.
The world No.1 explains why Tennis Australia's latest initiative means so much to her.
The world No.5 was playing in only his fifth match since returning to the Tour following a foot injury.
The Belarussian was made to work hard during her opening match at Melbourne Park.
The governing body says they are 'always lessons to be learned' but has praised CEO Craig Tiley.