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Andy Murray's Post-Australian Open Comment and Winners and Losers of Tennis

Andy Murray talked about his third-set collapse at the 2015 Australian Open, and Novak Djokovic responded. Much ado about nothing, or did the Scottish champion allude to gamesmanship? There was other action around the globe at Ecuador, France and Croatia. Show More Summary

Fed Cup 2015: Latest Results, Updated Teams and Semifinal Draw Schedule

The final four nations are set for the semifinals of the 2015 Fed Cup, with Czech Republic, France, Russia and Germany putting in excellent quarterfinal displays. The matches had a little bit of everything about them as eight nations fought valiantly to keep their hopes of glory alive. Show More Summary

Matchups We Most Want to See in a Men's Final of a 2015 Grand Slam

Pundits and fans make their early-season calls and tips for the Grand Slams before a ball has even been struck. How often, though, do we consider the matchups we most want to see in the four biggest events of the calendar? Although Roger Federer continues to defy expectations and logic, he is coming toward the end of a sparkling career. Show More Summary

Serena Williams Illness: Updates on Tennis Star's Status and Recovery

Serena Williams was forced to withdraw from Sunday's competition at the Fed Cup World Group II tournament due to illness. Continue for updates. Williams Battling Illness, Replaced by CoCo Vandeweghe Sunday, Feb. 8 With the United States...Show More Summary

Ranking Novak Djokovic's Grand Slam Titles

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal once ruled men's tennis with an iron grip. Between the 2005 French Open and the 2010 U.S. Open, only two other players won a major. One of them was Novak Djokovic, who's completely taken over the throne. Since the 2011 Australian Open, Djokovic has asserted himself as the best in the world. Show More Summary

Novak Djokovic Needs a French Open Title to Take His Legacy to the Next Level

All respect to native Aussie legends Rod Laver and Roy Emerson. Supreme admiration to Andre Agassi and Roger Federer, recent four-time champions of the Australian Open. But it's time to build one pedestal just a little higher: Novak Djokovic stands alone as the King of Australian Open Tennis. The Serbian star is the World No. Show More Summary

Indian Wells Return Shows Serena Williams Will Wind Down Career on Her Own Terms

When Serena Williams announced that she would return to Indian Wells, her fans reacted with mixed emotions. Some questioned why Williams would end the 14-year boycott of one of tennis' biggest tournaments. Others supported the move as...Show More Summary

Serena Williams to Return to Indian Wells for 1st Time Since Being Booed in 2001

Fresh off her triumph in the 2015 Australian Open over the weekend, Serena Williams announced she's planning to do something she previously wrote off: playing a tournament at Indian Wells again. In a piece for Time magazine, the 19-time...Show More Summary

The Most Important Dates on the Tennis Calendar Before the 2015 French Open

No sooner does it feel like the new tennis season has only just got going again after a brilliant Australian Open, there is now almost a four-month gap until the next Slam at Roland Garros. It is a frustrating time period for tennis fans each year, especially when the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Show More Summary

Australian Open 2015: Breaking Down Men's and Women's Final Results

The 2015 Australian Open was the first Grand Slam of the season for tennis fans, and the action in the men’s and women’s finals was enough to satisfy hardcore and casual fans alike. With Novak Djokovic taking on Andy Murray in the men’s...Show More Summary

Will More Former Women's Tennis Stars Become Coaches for Today's Top Players?

Professional men and women tennis players earn equal prize money at Grand Slam events. However, in the coaching ranks, women lag far behind their male counterparts. Most top female players have male coaches. That could change someday,...Show More Summary

Ecuador Open Quito 2015: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

The first clay-court tournament of the ATP World Tour calendar got underway Monday in Quito, Ecuador. Although the 2015 French Open is still some months away, it's never too early to hit the court and begin the preparation for Roland...Show More Summary

French Open 2015: Early Predictions Post-Australian Open

Well, the fist Slam of 2015 is officially in the books, and Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are richer, both in a historical context and in a very literal one. Now, instead of getting caught up on missed sleep during the fortnight, it's time to go ahead and look forward to the French Open. Show More Summary

PBZ Zagreb Indoors 2015: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

The 2015 PBZ Zagreb Indoors kicked off on Monday, one of the last major European tournaments on hard courts before the start of the clay season. With most of the world's top players already preparing for the French Open, the Zagreb Indoors...Show More Summary

Open Sud De France 2015: Daily Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

The 2015 Open Sud de France, the first of three French ATP World Tour 250 Series tournaments, got underway in Montpellier on Monday with the final qualifying round before the action truly kicks off on Tuesday. The top players on theShow More Summary

Roger Federer Will Win 18th Major Despite Poor Showing in 2015 Australian Open

Roger Federer will notch an 18th major title before his illustrious career comes to a close. One of tennis' all-time greats, the 33-year-old Swiss has dominated the circuit for the better part of 11 years, winning each Grand Slam event...Show More Summary

Djokovic vs. Murray: Highlights, Comments from 2015 Australian Open Men's Final

Novak Djokovic 's run as world No. 1 won't be ending any time soon. The Serb hoisted the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup for the fifth time after defeating Andy Murray in four sets in the 2015 Australian Open men's final. Not only has Djokovic...Show More Summary

2015 Australian Open: Final Report Cards for the Top Stars

Serena Williams captured her 19th Grand Slam singles title in Melbourne, but was her overall performance in the Australian Open worthy of an "A+" or even an "A" grade? Does she deserve a higher grade than men's champion Novak Djokovic,...Show More Summary

Australian Open 2015 Men's Final: Djokovic vs. Murray Stats and Analysis

On Sunday, Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open title by defeating Andy Murray in four sets 7-6 (7-5), 6-7 (4-7), 6-3, 6-0. The match began as if it would be another classic between the two men, but after winning the second-set...Show More Summary

Players Who Raised Their Profile the Most at the 2015 Australian Open

As the lights switched off on Rod Laver Arena for the final time at the 2015 Australian Open, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were celebrating yet again as Grand Slam champions. But these last two weeks were notable for more thanShow More Summary

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