Simon Briggs How do you judge greatness? The question is always there, hovering in the background, when we talk about the Yin-and-Yang struggle between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
John Jeansonne No need for Roger Federer loyalists to be alarmed by the man's advancing age, or to look for any hints that he has had his fill of elite tennis.
Bill Scott It is fair to say that Novak Djokovic and Ernests Gulbis have long held different approaches on how to become a top tennis player, yet the Serbian world number two and the reformed Latvian playboy...
Linda Pearce Lleyton Hewitt was the last Australian man to win a tournament in the season's opening week, and he could yet repeat what he achieved as an emerging superstar in his home town of Adelaide 14 years...
Linda Pearce Lleyton Hewitt was the last Australian man to win a tournament in the season's opening week.
Linda Pearce So often in the past 16 years, the story has been about Lleyton Hewitt's will/fight/heart/grit/determination, and Saturday's courageous 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 semi-final victory over second seed Kei Nishikori...
Linda Pearce So often in the past 16 years, the story has been about Lleyton Hewitt's will/fight/heart/grit/determination.
Peter Hanlon The population of the tennis world's Land Of The Giants is greater than ever before.
Jake Niall Like many before, the men's final could turn into a smashing for the irrepressible Rafael Nadal.
Linda Pearce The former No.1 has advanced safely into the fourth round, with the romantic possibility of going even deeper still.
Linda Pearce Lleyton Hewitt's progress is no surprise to one of his boyhood idols, Mats Wilander.
Linda Pearce Lleyton Hewitt. Into the fourth round of the US Open for the first time since 2006. A surprise to many is no shock to one of his boyhood idols, Mats Wilander.
Michael Chammas Michael Chammas takes a look at the highs and lows of men's and women's tennis in 2012.
Robert Grant LLEYTON HEWITT'S intense self-motivation on court might annoy a lot of his rivals - but not Argentinian star Juan Martin del Potro.
Will Brodie A huge crowd pours into Melbourne Park as the world's best players try to negotiate the second round of 2013's first grand slam tournament.
Dave James The Czech Republic's Tomas Berdych and Lukas Rosol on Saturday beat Stanislas Wawrinka and Marco Chiudinelli of Switzerland in the longest ever Davis Cup rubber, a clash which took 7 hours and two...
It was almost a case of "don't mention the Russian" as the field for this week's AAMI Classic presented itself at Kooyong on Tuesday.
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.
Darren Walton Dinara Safina is thankful to still have her brother around but says she can do without his help as she sets about claiming the world No.1 tennis ranking.
Justin Chadwick The Slovak Republic has won a third Hopman Cup in Perth, beating Russia 2-0 in the final of the mixed teams tennis tournament.