Darren Walton Monday marks 10 years since Lleyton Hewitt relinquished the top ranking in men's tennis.
Davis Cup-bound Bernard Tomic blamed illness after being jeered when humbled 6-3 6-1 by world No.2 Andy Murray at the Miami Masters.
Australia's Lleyton Hewitt saved two match points to advance while Swedish defending women's champion Sofia Arvidsson was ousted on Wednesday at the ATP and WTA US Indoor Championships.
Richard Hinds Around court 16 at Melbourne Park, a large group of fans more interested in seeing Bernard Tomic hone his forehand than watch a real match train their mobile phones on the newly minted Sydney...
Chris Wilson Canberra's Nick Kyrgios is confident he can thrive on the pressure of being favourite for the Australian Open junior title.
Richard Hinds ONE set down. Court surface hotter than a well-used wok. A tall, troublesome, big-serving opponent firing bullets from the fourth floor.
Scott Spits Another big day of tennis ahead at the Australian Open, beginning with Caroline Wozniacki and Svetlana Kuznestova on Centre Court and culminating in a big night on Rod Laver Arena as Serena Williams...
Michael Gleeson The man who had every right to look flat was the man who did the flattening.
Richard Hinds One set down. Court surface hotter than a well-oiled wok. A tall, troublesome, big-serving opponent firing bullets from the fourth floor.
Michael Gleeson THE man who had every right to look flat was the man who did the flattening.
Stephen Cauchi Tennis star Bernard Tomic has lost his licence after speeding on the Gold Coast.
Justin Chadwick Bernard Tomic is confident he has the maturity, hunger and fitness to propel himself into the top 10.
Michael Chammas Michael Chammas takes a look at the highs and lows of men's and women's tennis in 2012.
Phil Lutton Veteran begins another home summer with ambitions to rock the boat of some big names.
Linda Pearce Tomic has decided to extend his Rafter-imposed suspension from the first Davis Cup tie.
Linda Pearce Linda Pearce talks to Australia's most topical player, a rare talent with an uncanny knack for finding controversy.
Jake Niall FOR the first time since tennis became a fully professional sport, a Chinese male will play in the singles draw of not just the Australian Open, but of any grand slam event.
Richard Hinds Rough diamond Bernard Tomic is not the first to ruffle feathers.
Linda Pearce EXCLUSIVE Bernard Tomic suspended from Australia's opening Davis Cup tie in Taiwan next season.
Linda Pearce When Bernard Tomic was told of his disciplinary dumping from Australia's Davis Cup team for next year's opening round zone tie in Taiwan, he asked for the reasons why. Really?