Collated results from the third day's play at the Australian Open.
Simon White Most armchair sports fans daydream of reaching the big time overseas. But what if you got there and had to pay your own way to-and-from events, lost money, lived out of a suitcase and woke up one day...
Linda Pearce New five-year contract for Tennis Australia's chief executive Steve Wood.
Matt Murnane Sam Stosur moved into the final phase of her preparation for Australian Open redemption.
Fleta Page Nick Kyrgios isn't the only young Canberran taking to the courts at the Australian Open this week, with the Canberra Velocity women's side set to contest the finals of the Asia-Pacific Tennis League...
Lyndall Larkham Canberra hopes of a home-grown victory at Melbourne Park this week rest entirely with Nick Kyrgios after Canberra Velocity lost in the Asia-Pacific Tennis League quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Peter Hanlon IT ALWAYS takes time to get accustomed to the new and different. So it was out in the Melbourne Park backblocks on Tuesday where the tennis version of Twenty20 cricket made its Australian Open debut.
Polish schoolgirl Urszula Radwanska is shaping as one to watch at the Australian Open after claiming her second major scalp at the Hobart International.
Rising tennis star Bernard Tomic is amongst four locals to receive wildcard entries into next week's Australian Open, it was announced on Monday.
Australian wildcard entrants Jessica Moore and Olivia Rogowska were bundled out of the opening round of the Hobart International in straight sets on Monday.
Paul Carter Jelena Dokic says the Achilles injury that has forced her out of the Hobart international should not stop her competing at the Australian open.
Australia's newest Davis Cup player Carsten Ball and teenager Jessica Moore have won wildcards into this month's Australian Open.
Australian drawcard Jelena Dokic has withdrawn from the Hobart International tennis tournament with an Achilles injury.
Crystal Ja One-time defector Jelena Dokic has been named in Australia's Fed Cup squad, which has been labelled one of the strongest team in recent years.
Jim Morton Australian tennis hope, Bernard Tomic, has been urged to ignore the hype and make the most of his senior debut at this week's Brisbane International.
Roger Vaughan Jelena Dokic's tennis career is in a vastly better state than a year ago, but she knows time is running out to regain her star billing.
Justin Chadwick Casey Dellacqua, Jessica Moore and Samantha Stosur are all set to descend on Perth next February for the 2009 Asia/Oceania Zonal tennis Fed Cup.
The run of Australian wildcard Jessica Moore at the US Open has ended with the teenager falling to Anna-Lena Groenfeld in the second round.
Chris Guccione overcame a sluggish start to beat American Jesse Levine in four sets and advance to the second round of the US Open.
Jessica Moore ensured an Australian presence in the second round of the US Open after defeating fellow wildcard entrant Melanie Oudin in straight sets.