James Blake

Four found dead in fire at home owned by James Blake

The bodies of four people have been found after a fire destroyed a million-dollar Florida mansion owned by former tennis star James Blake.

James Blake mansion fire: arson, murder suicide suspected

Flames engulf the Florida mansion owned by former tennis star James Blake.

A fire at a Florida mansion belonging to former US tennis star James Blake was intentionally set and four bodies were found in the charred remains, police say.

James Blake exits Sydney International

Two-time defending Sydney International champion James Blake has become the first major casualty of the tournament, losing to veteran Fabrice Santoro.


Sydney International: Bernard Tomic topples Alexandr Dolgopolov's monopoly

Bernard Tomic

Michael Chammas Bernard Tomic overcame a horror record against the unorthodox Alexandr Dolgopolov to progress through to the semi finals of the Sydney International.

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Blake crashes out in qualifying

James Blake

Adam Cooper Australian Open may have farewelled James Blake, after he was knocked out of qualifying event.


Matosevic on a roll in Indian Wells

Marinko Matosevic.

Indian Wells, California Australian storms into third round of Indian Wells tournament in California.


Tomic, Stosur through to second round

Bernard Tomic plays a forehand during his first-round match against Sam Querry.

Greg Baum Bernard Tomic and Samantha Stosur keep the Australian flag flying at Wimbledon.

'Court is dangerous': Nine players succumb to injuries at Wimbledon


Greg Baum Suddenly, Wimbledon is a matter of last man - and woman - standing, tentatively. On Wednesday's rate of attrition, it might not even last until Sunday week.


Impressive Tomic through to third round

Bernard Tomic reaches third round at Wimbledon with classy, straight-sets win over James Blake.


Stosur, Tomic through to third round at Wimbledon

Sam Stosur celebrates her win.

Greg Baum Sam Stosur wipes the court with Russia's Olga Puchkova and Bernard Tomic beats American James Blake.


'Federer got ahead of himself': Tomic advice to tennis legend


Greg Baum Thursday at Wimbledon was the lull after the storm, and preceding the drizzle. Lightning didn't strike twice in this same place, and only one spark flew, when Bernard Tomic, in aside, said that Roger...


Relax, Tomic has it all under control


Greg Baum THURSDAY at Wimbledon was the lull after the storm, and preceding the drizzle. Lightning didn't strike twice in this same place, and only one spark flew, when Bernard Tomic, in an aside, said that...

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A corner of Wimbledon becomes Australian

Work in progress: Samantha Stosur says she is ''probably just been doing it a bit better''.

Greg Baum Sam Stosur was authoritative as she wiped the court with Russia's Olga Puchkova.


Nadal set to cement his claims on top ranking

Rafael Nadal of Spain

Linda Pearce US Open champion shows why he is considered the player to beat again.


For the love of the game: warrior Hewitt fights on, gets ready for Del Potro

Lleyton Hewitt

Linda Pearce Lleyton Hewitt still plays tennis because he wants to, and can, and because the prospect of playing another former US Open champion on Arthur Ashe Stadium still excites and motivates him like it...

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Hewitt still motivated to give best

Lleyton Hewitt.

Linda Pearce Is Lleyton Hewitt favoured to beat sixth seed Juan Martin del Potro? No. Is he willing? You have to ask?

Hewitt still feeling the heat

Darren Walton Lleyton Hewitt says he's feeling the same old pressure that comes with being Australia's leading tennis player at this time of the year.

Hewitt still confident of Open success

Justin Chadwick Lleyton Hewitt says his Australian Open plans remain on track despite suffering a mystery ear complaint that affected his balance in his Hopman Cup loss.

Russia to meet Slovakia in Hopman final

Justin Chadwick Russia secured a berth against Slovakia in the Hopman Cup final with a 2-1 tie win over France on Thursday night.

Australia loses to US at Hopman Cup

Justin Chadwick Lleyton Hewitt suffered his first setback since returning from a hip injury, losing to American James Blake in straight sets at the Hopman Cup.