Top seeds Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber both advanced with few problems from their third-round matches at the 2017 Australian Open on Friday. Briton Murray downed America's Sam Querrey 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 in just under two hours, while German world No. Show More Summary
Murray and Kerber are the top seeds at the Australian Open and both made it through the third round. Some of the high seeds of the Australian Open are out of the running, but nobody huge suffered an upset on Day 5 of the tournament.Show More Summary
Andy Murray continued his march through the 2017 Australian Open on Friday as he dispatched Sam Querrey in straight sets. Fellow No. 1-seed Angelique Kerber did the same against Kristyna Pliskova, while Kei Nishikori, Stan Wawrinka and...Show More Summary
Angelique Kerber had taken three sets to win the first two matches of her title defence at Melbourne Park, but set an ominous pace by rattling through the first against Kristyna Pliskova in 20 minutes.
Angelique Kerber had a straight-sets win for the first time in her Australian Open title defense, starting her 6-0, 6-4 third-round victory with an eight-game streak against Kristyna Pliskova on Friday
MELBOURNE, Jan 20 (Reuters) - World number one and reigning champion Angelique Kerber wasted no time in racing into the fourth round of the Australian Open with a 6-0 6-4 victory over Kristyna Pliskova on Rod Laver Arena on Friday.
Defending champion Angelique Kerber won the first eight games and went on to beat Kristyna Pliskova 6-0, 6-4 to advance to the fourth round
Coco Vandeweghe rallied from a break down in the deciding set to sweep past Eugenie Bouchard 6-4 3-6 7-5, setting up a potential fourth round clash against defending champion Angelique Kerber.
A rainy morning gave way to mostly cloudy skies on Friday, when defending champion Angelique Kerber and top-seeded Andy Murray prepared for third-round matches at the Australian Open
Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori, Venus Williams and defending champion Angelique Kerber also advance.
Both Murray and Kerber are into the third round of the Australian Open. Angelique Kerber, the top seed for the women, hasn’t been easily stomping her way through the tournament. She was pushed in the Australian Open’s first round, and she was pushed again in the second. Show More Summary
Top seeds Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber each progressed to the third round of the 2017 Australian Open on Wednesday, but Nick Kyrgios' spectacular implosion from two sets up saw him exit at the hands of Andreas Seppi, and Dan Evans...Show More Summary
Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber progressed to the second round of the 2017 Australian Open, but there was a contrast in how they performed. While the Scot cruised along as the No. 1 seed, the German continued to sputter as she looks...Show More Summary
Little did Angelique Kerber know when she turned 18 at home in Bremen, Germany, that the next decade of celebrating her birthday would be spent some 16,000 kilometers (10,000 miles) away at the Australian Open
Kerber didn't enjoy the entire performance on her 29th birthday, angrily swiping her racket in the second set in a burst of frustration and allowed Carina Witthoeft back into the match.
Angelique Kerber smiled and waved her arms like an orchestra conductor as the Rod Laver Arena crowd sang "Happy Birthday" after her 6-2, 6-7 (3), 6-2 second-round win on Wednesday at the Australian Open
Defending champion Angelique Kerber marked her 29th birthday _ angrily at times _ with a 6-2, 6-7 (3), 6-2 win Wednesday over fellow German Carina Witthoeft
MELBOURNE, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Angelique Kerber celebrated her 29th birthday with a shaky 6-2 6-7(3) 6-2 win over Carina Witthoeft at the Australian Open on Wednesday but the world number one will have much to ponder in her title defence once the candles are blown out.
Defending champion Angelique Kerber and top-seeded Andy Murray play their second-round matches on Wednesday in much more pleasant temperatures at Melbourne Park
Angelique Kerber and Andy Murray, both top seeds, will get the second round of the Australian Open started. Serena Williams cruised to victory in her opening round Australian Open matchup, keeping her in the running as she trails Angelique Kerber. Show More Summary