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Jamie Murray best doubles player in the world says British Davis Cup Captain Leon Smith after Australian Open triumph 

Jamie Murray will arrive back at his Wimbledon home not exactly fresh from his Australian Open triumph, but basking in his status as the world's number two player. Yet that may not accurately

Andy Murray fans were made to wait for Australian Open final on the BBC

MARK WEBSTER - EDGE OF THE BOX: He arrived in Melbourne as the reigning BBC Sports Personality Of The Year. But Andy Murray didn’t get to open his campaign live on the channel.

Johanna Konta can be a sensation and a marketing man's dream, says industry expert after Australian Open heroics 

Johanna Konta's brilliant run to the Australian Open semi-finals could kick-start a multi-million pound boom for the player herself and for British tennis, industry experts say.

Jo Konta ready to take on the world for Great Britain as Australian Open star eyes Fed Cup Euro-Africa zonal round in Israel

Jo Konta is heading back from Australia with £375,000 in her bag, but on national service this week the pickings will be somewhat leaner. She will now prepare to play in the Euro-Africa zonal rounds.

Andy Murray CAN beat Novak Djokovic if he starts aggressively and hits him with the sliced backhand in the Australian Open final

With Novak Djokovic chasing his 11th Grand Slam title, Sportsmail looks at how Andy Murray can clinch his first Australian Open title on Sunday, with the help of three respected figures in the game.

Andy Murray, the Commando Dad, is ready for one final push in his bid to deliver a slice of history against Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray will go into Sunday’s Australian Open final against Novak Djokovic with one potential advantage — nobody is piling expectations on him to win.

2016 Australian Open winner Angelique Kerber congratulated by Bayern Munich after victory

Angelique Kerber celebrated her Australian Open win by taking a dip in Melbourne's Yarra river on Sunday. Here, Sportsmail runs through some things you may not know about the German.

Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray to win the 2016 Australian Open Final in Melbourne

Andy Murray, the 28-year-old Scot, could not remove world No 1 Novak Djokovic from his ultimate comfort zone in the Australian Open final and went down 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 in two hours and 53 minutes.

Bruno Soares admits living on '22 coffees' in build up to Australian Open mixed doubles final

Bruno Soares didn't have much down time between his Australian Open doubles championship matches. No worries, he won them both.

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares win the Australian Open men's doubles final

STUART FRASER IN MELBOURNE: It was third time lucky for Jamie Murray on Saturday as the Brit finally claimed his first Grand Slam men's doubles title at the Australian Open.

Andy Murray turns up to watch brother Jamie collect his trophy in the early hours following doubles victory

MIKE DICKSON IN MELBOURNE: Brotherly love got the better of Andy Murray as his brother Jamie won his first men's doubles Grand Slam and joined him as a world No 2.

2016 Australian Open: Report Card for the Top Stars

Serena Williams' surprising loss in the women's finals and Novak Djokovic's historic victory in the men's finals complicated our grading system for the Australian Open. Does Angelique Kerber deserve an A-plus for her stunning upset of...Show More Summary

Australian Open 2016: French Open Predictions After Men, Women's Finals Results

With the 2016 Australian Open in the books, the focus of the tennis world will soon start shifting to the 2016 French Open, which begins May 22. Novak Djokovic won the men's singles title in Melbourne, Australia, while Angelique Kerber...Show More Summary

Australian Open 2016: Updated Prize Money Payouts from Melbourne

For the fifth time in the last six years, Novak Djokovic is starting his season with a multimillion-dollar bonanza. The world No. 1 took down Andy Murray in straight sets Sunday for his sixth Australian Open title, once again slamming...Show More Summary

Dominant Djokovic Deserves Sportsworld's Spotlight, but Remains in Shadows

We're in a sportsworld of dynasties and domination. Last year's American Pharoah, Jordan Spieth and Serena Williams have already turned to this year's Golden State Warriors and whether they might dominate basketball even more than the...Show More Summary

Fed Cup Capsules: Halep Skips Surgery to Compete, Genie and Aggie Skip Out

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This is a mouth-watering tie as Belinda Bencic and Timea Bacsinszky in singles, and Martina Hingis in doubles travel to take on Australian Open winner Angie Kerber and teammates Andrea Petkovic, Julia Goerges and Annika Beck on hardcourt.

ATP Previews: Clay Kicks Off in Quito; Cilic and French Force in Montpellier

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Notes: Homecountry hope Gasquet is the lone Top 10 player in the draw...Not a lot of floating talent in the field, but Gasquet after a bye will likely start against the dangerous Gulbis...Wildcards went to the No. 8 seed Baghdatis and...Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, January 31, 2016

Fact: Novak Djokovic won his sixth Australian Open title, tying Roy Emerson for the most all time. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com

Will Andy Murray Ever Be More Than the 'Other Guy' Among the Big 4?

Andy Murray's gritty attempt to pull out the second set in the finals of the 2016 Australian Open is indicative of his struggle to break through in the Big Four era. More relevant than the "fifth Beatle " but not quite as prominent as...Show More Summary

Djokovic ‘Serb Slam’ at French? Why He is Tennis’ Lone Star

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But now it's time for the Serb to enjoy the sole spotlight as the greatest player on the planet. And time for rumblings of the Serb going after a calendar year Grand Slam.

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