Fernando Gonzalez

Federer surprised at Murray favouritism

With the wisdom and confidence of a man who has been there 13 times, Roger Federer suggested on Tuesday the Andy Murray bandwagon might be about to pause.

Safin out of Kooyong Classic

Marat Safin withdrew from an eight-man exhibition tournament at Kooyong, the former home of the Australian Open, and was replaced by Ivan Ljubicic of Croatia.

Moore, Ball bag Aussie Open wildcards

Australia's newest Davis Cup player Carsten Ball and teenager Jessica Moore have won wildcards into this month's Australian Open.

Newk tips end to Brit's Open curse

Jim Morton Tennis great John Newcombe has tipped Scotsman Andy Murray to break a 73-year British drought at this month's Australian Open.

Stefanki to coach tennis star Roddick

Andy Roddick has appointed Larry Stefanki as his new coach.

Roddick hires Stefanki as new coach

Former world tennis No.1 Andy Roddick will have a new coach in place of legendary Jimmy Connors at the Australian Open in January.

Simon shocks Federer at Masters Cup

Gilles Simon shocked Roger Federer 4-6 6-4 6-3 at the Tennis Masters Cup, leaving the former world number one's bid for a third straight title in disarray.

Baghdatis smiles despite Swiss defeat

Former finalist Marcos Baghdatis lost 6-2 4-6 6-2 to Marcel Granollers at the Swiss Indoors, but emerged smiling after finally completing a match after injury.

Federer, Djokovic advance in Madrid

Paul Logothetis Roger Federer returned after a five-week layoff and beat Radek Stepanek 6-3 7-6 (8-6) on Wednesday in the second round of the Madrid Masters.

Monfils upsets second-seeded Gonzalez

Eric Willemsen Gael Monfils upset second-seeded Fernando Gonzalez 6-3 7-6 (7-2) on Friday to reach the semifinals of the BA Tennis Trophy.

Monfils sets Vienna clash with Gonzalez

Frenchman Gael Monfils has defeated Czech Radek Stepanek 6-4 6-3 at the Austrian Open to set up a quarter-final clash with second seed Fernando Gonzalez.

Ferrero upsets Karlovic in Vienna

Former world No.1 Juan Carlos Ferrero has upset fourth seeded Croat Ivo Karlovic 6-4 7-6 (7-4) to advance to the second round of the Austrian Open.

Stosur bows out of Japan Open

Samantha Stosur bowed out of the Japan Open, losing her quarter-final clash to eighth-seeded Canadian Aleksandra Wozniak in straight sets.

Sela reaches China Open tennis final

Israeli underdog Dudi Sela stormed into his first ATP final after trouncing Germany's Rainer Schuettler in straight sets at the China Open.

Chinese stars crash out in Beijing

John Weaver Olympic semi-finalist Li Na and compatriot Peng Shuai have crashed out of the China Open in the first round, on a disastrous day for the host nation.

Australia go down to Chile in Davis cup

Daniel Pace Australia may have failed in their campaign to reach the Davis Cup's elite group of 16 for next year but captain John Fitzgerald is still full of optimism.

Ball and Guccione pull off stunning win

Australian battlers Chris Guccione and Carsten Ball have clinched a memorable Davis Cup doubles win over Chile in Antofagasta.

Stats lie for Guccione

Daniel Pace They say statistics never lie but they were certainly deceiving for Chris Guccione as Australia slumped to a 2-0 deficit in their Davis Cup tie against Chile.

Fitzgerald backs Guccione to lead

Daniel Pace Australian captain John Fitzgerald is confident Chris Guccione can lead his Davis Cup tennis team to an improbable victory over red-hot favourites Chile.

Aussies are Davis Cup underdogs in Chile

Australia's new-look Davis Cup squad is enjoying its status as massive underdog for this weekend's tie against Chile, according to Peter Luczak.