A look ahead to the Australian Open for Wednesday, and a Tuesday recap
MELBOURNE, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki marched into her second Australian Open semi-final by beating Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro 6-0 6-7(3) 6-2 in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Caroline Wozniacki has advanced to the semifinals at Melbourne Park with a 6-0, 6-7 (3), 6-2 win over Carla Suarez Navarro in an early Wednesday morning finish at Rod Laver Arena
Mertens, who trains at Kim Clijsters' academy, was ranked No. 36 to begin the year when she won the WTA Hobart title, and took that momentum into Melbourne. The 22-year-old failed to close out the first set serving at 5-2, but got the job done serving at 5-4. Show More Summary
Jan 24 (Reuters) - A look at the records of Switzerland's Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic before their quarter-final match at the Australian Open on Wednesday (prefix number denotes seeding). 2-ROGER FEDERER Age: 36 ATP...Show More Summary
Jan 24 (Reuters) - A look at the records of American Tennys Sandgren and South Korean Chung Hyeon before their quarter-final match at the Australian Open on Wednesday.
Jan 24 (Reuters) - A look at the records of Romanian Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic before their quarter-final match at the Australian Open on Wednesday (prefix number denotes seeding).
Jan 24 (Reuters) - A look at the records of German Angelique Kerber and American Madison Keys before their quarter-final at the Australian Open on Wednesday (prefix number denotes seeding).
MELBOURNE, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The Australian Open will lose one of its giant killers when South Korean Chung Hyeon meets American Tennys Sandgren in an unlikely quarter-final showdown at the Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday.
Tennys Sandgren defends tweets again at Australian Open, saying he doesn't find 'alt-right content' to be of value
American tennis player Tennys Sandgren says in interview that he "misspoke" about finding some alt-right content interesting.
Rafael Nadal was hobbled late in the match, struggling to move on the court.
Cilic to meet Briton Edmund for place in final (Adds details, quotes)
One men's semifinal is set at the Australian Open.
Rafael Nadal leaves Melbourne injured.
Jan 23 (Reuters) - Key statistics from Croatian Marin Cilic's 3-6 6-3 6-7(5) 6-2 2-0 victory (Nadal retired injured) over Spain's Rafa Nadal in the Australian Open quarter-finals on Tuesday (prefix denotes seeding): 1-Nadal 6-Cilic Aces 3 20 Double faults 8 2 8 Break points won 2/10 5/19 Net points won 11/20 35/47 Winners 39 83
When hawk-eye finally confirmed Kyle Edmund's match-point against world No 3 Grigor Dmitrov following a tense delay, Andy Murray summed up how the tennis world felt perfectly.
Rafael Nadal has been knocked out of the Australian Open after retiring injured during his quarter-final clash against Marin Cilic. The Spaniard was seen to be clutching his calf.
Mischa Zverev has been given the largest on-site fine in grand slam history for a poor performance in the first round of the Australian Open against Chung Hyeon.