Despite the growing number of players returning to competitive tennis after giving birth, Ash Barty says she is contempt in retirement. Barty, who is still only...
Only hours have passed since Ash Barty welcomed the birth of her first child but one of her former rivals is hoping she will come out...
Ash Barty is returning to the Australian Open this year but in a different capacity.
Is this the start of a new sporting career?
It's been one week since Ash Barty's retirement announcement and the tennis world is still adapting.
Exiting the sport on her own terms, Barty's legacy is one which could inspire the next generation.
In a move that has surprised many, Australia’s top player explains why she has decided that it is time to step away from the sport.
The world number 1 won her third Slam title and fully dominated her opponents' court. What's behind her crushing supremacy?
UbiTennis looks at the figures behind the tennis star's career on the day she announced her retirement from the sport.
The Australian says her body 'has not recovered' in time to play at the two prestigious WTA 1000 events.
Barty's decision to have a drink after winning her home Grand Slam hasn’t gone down too well with everybody…
The world No.5 also spoke highly of Rafael Nadal ahead of her return to action this week in the Middle East.
Columnist James Beck reflects on what was a historic women's final at Melbourne Park for Australian tennis.
Ash Barty is the first Australian singles champion at the Australian Open for 44 years after a straight sets win over Danielle Collins.
Ash Barty and Danielle Collins will collide for the Australian Open title on Saturday and according to our experts there's only one winner.
The world No.1 said it is ‘unreal’ that she now has a shot of winning the title.
The top seed required just over an hour to secure her place in the last four at Melbourne Park.
Ash Barty is into another grand slam quarter-final despite losing her serve against Amanda Anisimova.
Ash Barty has cruised into the second week at the Australian Open without dropping a set.
The world No.1 explains why Tennis Australia's latest initiative means so much to her.