Australian teenager comes of age, combining skill and belief to win the first five-set match of his career against 11th seed Ernests Gulbis.
Nick Kyrgios overcomes a dodgy back and a dogged opponent in Argentina’s Federico Delbonis to win through to the second round in five sets late on Monday night.
Eugenie Bouchard started her Australian Open campaign with a speedy straight-sets win on Monday night, which left plenty of time to ponder matters closer to home.
Ana Ivanovic, the No.5 seed, has been beaten in three sets by Czech qualifier Lucie Hradecka, 1-6 6-3 6-2.
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy reveals how Sloane Stephens can end her Australian Open run of outs against two-time champion Victoria Azarenka on Tuesday.
While Andy Murray’s draw has tongues wagging at the Australian Open, the Scot is determined to take small steps as he attempts to claim a big prize that has eluded him.
Big-serving Australian wins his first main draw match in Melbourne with straight-sets victory over Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic.
Bernard Tomic took time to find his feet on Monday, but the Australian got better as the match went on in a four-set win over German Tobias Kamke.
France's Kristina Mladenovic has stormed back to upstage German 28th seed Sabine Lisicki 4-6 6-4 6-2 on Hisense Arena.
To earn his first AO victory in six attempts, Marinko Matosevic worked hard to cut down Alexander Kudryavtsev's opportunities to work the angles.
Rafael Nadal allays fears over his form and fitness with a convincing straight sets victory over Mikhail Youzhny.
Jarmila Gajdosova wins her first match in 10 attempts at the Australian Open, beating Romania's Alexandra Dulgheru 6-3 6-4.
No.10 seed Grigor Dimitrov is untroubled by Dustin Brown as he breezes to a 6-2 6-3 6-2 victory in just over an hour.
Eugenie Bouchard shot into the spotlight after her Australian Open run last year; how she backs up 12 months on will reveal much about her future.
It’s not just players who will be in focus at Australian Open 2015 as the selfie generation becomes part of the bigger picture.
The talking is over and Melbourne Park is ready for 14 days of sizzling tennis action. Everything is set fair. Now bring it on.
His age may be creeping up, but Roger Federer’s appetite for adding to his glittering CV remains unsated.