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CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: The Lawn Tennis Association are the first major sports governing body to make public their gender pay gap figures.
The top-ranked Nadal said on Monday he is recovering well from the left leg muscle injury that forced him to retire in the Australian Open quarterfinals last month.
Eugenie Bouchard is going on a date to the Super Bowl with the college student she lost a bet with after last year's gridiron finale. John Goehrke is joining her again.
MIKE DICKSON IN MARBELLA: At 4-4 in the third-set tiebreak, Norrie was within a few points of stealing the advantage against Ramos-Vinolas. Spanish knees were knocking like castanets.
Novak Djokovic has stepped up his bid to fix his troublesome elbow as Serbian ace opens up about a recent 'medical intervention' following his exit from the Australian Open.
MIKE DICKSON IN MARBELLA: Kyle Edmund is poised to be thrown into Britain's Davis Cup first round against Spain on Sunday in the hope that another near miracle needed for a win.
Cameron Norrie was a student in the US this time a year ago, but yesterday produced one of the great Davis Cup debut displays to put Great Britain level against Spain in the Davis Cup first round.
MIKE DICKSON IN MARBELLA: Liam Broady turned an expected slaughter into an excellent contest when he made an outstanding debut for Great Britain in the Davis Cup on Friday.
Although the world No 26 had expressed hope that he would still be able to lead Britain's team in Marbella, he was not named as one of the singles players in Thursday's draw.
Konta, who was the runner-up in the Nottingham Open last year, went on to become the first British woman to reach the Wimbledon singles semi-finals since Virginia Wade in 1979.
Australian Open semi-finalist Kyle Edmund still intends to play in Great Britain's Davis Cup tie against Spain on Friday. The 23-year-old struggled with a minor hip problem in Melbourne last week.
Roger Federer claimed his 20th Grand Slam title with a five-set win over Marin Cilic in the final of the Australian Open on Sunday. Relive all the action with Sportsmail's JAMES DUTTON.
The world No 97's run to the last eight in Melbourne was overshadowed this week after it emerged he followed a number of American far-right accounts on social media.
Caroline Wozniacki edged past Simona Halep in an epic Australian Open final on Saturday to claim her maiden Grand Slam title. Relive all the action with Sportsmail's JAMES DUTTON.
MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Roger Federer had taken his family away to a remote island in the Maldives last November when he was told that there was another tennis player due to arrive.
Fans gathered at Airport Kloten in Zurich on Tuesday as the 36-year-old returned holding the Slam trophy in his arms. Federer beat Marin Cilic 6-2, 6-7, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 in Melbourne.
Mischa Zverev has withdrawn from Germany's Davis Cup team for their first-round tie. He is still suffering with the illness which brought him a record fine at the Australian Open.
Edmund, who has climbed 23 places, overcame World No 11 Kevin Anderson in the opening round before needing four sits to dump third seed Grigor Dimitrov out in the quarter finals.
MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Blinking into the daylight, Federer suggested it was a matter of 'when' not 'if' he would return as he paraded the trophy at Government House.
The first Grand Slam of the year has been and gone yet again. Here, Sportsmail's tennis correspondent, Mike Dickson, picks out some of his favourite moments from the last two weeks.