The women's final and one-half of the men's final are set as the 2015 Australian Open enters the home stretch after thrilling action in Day 11. It was a short turnaround for top-seeded Serena Williams in facing 19-year-old phenom Madison Keys in an all-American semifinal, but the advantage still went to experience. Show More Summary
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova, the top two seeds in the women's draw at the 2015 Australian Open, both advanced to the final with wins on Day 11. Andy Murray moved into the championship match on the men's side, but will have to...Show More Summary
In a hilarious short video by Melbourne, Australia-based special effects artist Michael Shanks, Serbian tennis pro Novak Djokovic plays a match against an M1 Abrams tank at the 2015 Australian Open. It’s a silly and strange battle between...Show More Summary
Nail-biting matches and unexpected outcomes have comprised the theme of the 2015 Australian Open, and while Day 11 didn't produce any semifinal upsets, the quality of matches remained extremely high. On the women's side, No. 2 Maria Sharapova defeated No. Show More Summary
Kim Sears is normally a model of restraint when watching Andy Murray play tennis, but something appeared to set her off on a colourful rant during the Australian Open semi-final between her fiance and Tomas Berdych. Murray won out, but...Show More Summary
A showdown dreamed about since the reveal of the 2015 Australian Open draw is now a reality, as top-seeded Novak Djokovic faces off against No. 4 Stan Wawrinka in Friday's semifinal. Defending champion Wawrinka has been overlooked since...Show More Summary
Although the women's draw at the 2015 Australian Open began with a rash of upsets, the end game comes as no surprise. Top seed Serena Williams will seek her 19th Grand Slam singles title when she faces off with No. 2 seed Maria Sharapova on Saturday. The women's game is trending in a more competitive direction. Show More Summary
On the heels of a thrilling Day 11 at the Australian Open, just one match will take place on Day 12. Even with only two opponents taking the court in singles competition, it's easily one of the biggest matches to this point. No. 1 Novak Djokovic will duel with No. Show More Summary
Andy Murray booked his place in the 2015 Australian Open final with a dominating 6-7(6), 6-0, 6-3, 7-5 win over Tomas Berdych. Berdych took the first set as Murray struggled to come to terms with his rival's serve, but the Brit then asserted control in an excellent performance. Show More Summary
Andy Murray dropped the first set Thursday to Tomas Berdych, then ripped off three straight to earn a 6-7, 6-0, 6-3, 7-5 win in the Australian Open semifinals. He advanced to his fourth Australian Open final and will face either Novak Djokovic or Stan Wawrinka, who play Friday at 3:30 a.m. EST in the other […]
The 2015 Australian Open has been one of the most entertaining tennis tournaments in recent months, and the action will only pick up as the top players in the world enter the semifinals of the Grand Slam. With Serena Williams, Andy Murray...Show More Summary
Former Wimbledon champion will take on either Djokovic for defending champion Wawrinka.
Russian Sharapova is a five-time grand slam champion but has not beaten top-seed Serena since 2004.
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova booked their tickets for the 2015 Australian Open women's final with relative ease on Thursday, dispatching of Madison Keys and Ekaterina Makarova, respectively, in straight sets. The duo entered the...Show More Summary
On the surface, this Australian Open women's final should be a blockbuster affair. It's No. 1 vs. No. 2, a five-time Slam champion vs. an 18-time Slam champion and a showdown of two of the most famous female athletes on the planet. But in reality, the Serena Williams vs. Show More Summary
The first berth in the Australian Open men's singles final will be clinched Thursday night by either No. 6 Andy Murray or No. 7 Tomas Berdych in a semifinal match that begins at 3:30 a.m. ET. Murray is searching for his fourth finalShow More Summary
Australia's former British Open winner Kel Nagle died on Thursday, aged 94.
Madison Keys, at age 19, had been hoping to make her biggest headline yet at the Australian Open. Instead, it is Serena Williams who will be going for her 19th Grand Slam singles title. Williams ended the unexpected Melbourne run of her fellow American, taking their semifinal match, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2. In the other semifinal, Maria Sharapova […]
The top two seeds will meet in the 2015 Australian Open final, after No. 1 Serena Williams and No. 2 Maria Sharapova prevailed in semifinal action on Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. Down a break in the first set, Williams...Show More Summary