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Tennis Australia's performance boss Masur wants Hewitt-Tomic summit

Tennis Australia's performance boss Masur wants Hewitt-Tomic summit

The prospect seems remote, but Tennis Australia performance boss Wally Masur believes a closed-doors sit-down could solve the spat between Lleyton Hewitt and Bernard Tomic.

  • by Ben McKay & Darren Walton

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'Not really': Kyrgios plays down Hewitt controversy
Australian Open

'Not really': Kyrgios plays down Hewitt controversy

Nick Kyrgios offers only equivocal comment on rift with Lleyton Hewitt, but says he is available to play Davis Cup.

  • by Michael Gleeson
Djokovic sweats it out to set up 2008 final rematch with Tsonga
Novak Djokovic

Djokovic sweats it out to set up 2008 final rematch with Tsonga

Novak Djokovic had little trouble getting past American qualifier Mitchell Krueger 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 in his round-one match on Tuesday night.

  • by Ethan James
Nick Kyrgios knocked out in first round
Australian Open

Nick Kyrgios knocked out in first round

Nick Kyrgios has been knocked out in the first round of the Australian Open.

  • by Michael Gleeson
Australian Open 2019 LIVE: Milos Raonic defeats Nick Kyrgios in straight sets

Australian Open 2019 LIVE: Milos Raonic defeats Nick Kyrgios in straight sets

It's night two at the 2019 Australian Open and all eyes are on Melbourne Arena as local hope Nick Kyrgios faces Canada's Milos Raonic.

  • by Ronny Lerner
Bernard Tomic oversteps the mark again
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Australian Open

Bernard Tomic oversteps the mark again

It would not be an Australian Open without a political controversy involving one of either Bernard Tomic, Lleyton Hewitt or Nick Kyrgios.

  • by Jake Niall
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Stosur succumbs to Ukrainian wunderkind
Australian Open

Stosur succumbs to Ukrainian wunderkind

Momentarily, Sam Stosur looked like she would get through a first round at last. Then Dayana Yastremska got going.

  • by Greg Baum
'Not my first rodeo': Ebden to take Spanish bull by the horns
Australian Open

'Not my first rodeo': Ebden to take Spanish bull by the horns

Aussie Matt Ebden says he holds no fears in going after Spanish ace Rafael Nadal.

  • by Sam McClure
Kokkinakis retires hurt after winning first set
Australian Open

Kokkinakis retires hurt after winning first set

Australian qualifier Thanasi Kokkinakis retired hurt after going a set ahead against Japanese opponent Taro Daniel.

  • by Paul Sakkal
'Um, not sure': Ebden fails to endorse Hewitt as Tomic admits threat
Lleyton Hewitt

'Um, not sure': Ebden fails to endorse Hewitt as Tomic admits threat

Australia’s Davis Cup soap opera has taken a further twist with Australia’s third-ranked male player declining to endorse Lleyton Hewitt's captaincy.

  • by Sam McClure, Chris Barrett & Jake Niall
Aussie wildcard outguns American
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Aussie wildcard outguns American

Jack Sock has been eliminated in the first round by Australian Alex Bolt, who had taken a year out of tennis in 2016 battling injury and form.