Novak Djokovic's form was patchy but he still won his fifth AO title because of his amazing mental fortitude. It also established him as arguably the best hardcourt player of his generation.
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy is full of admiration for the way Novak Djokovic coped with his own demons – and the threat of Andy Murray – to win his fifth Australian Open.
Serena Williams raised a subject close to the hearts of many in tennis when she spoke movingly about Motor Neurone Disease (MND) following her victory in the women's singles final.
The changing of the guard in the men’s game has still to materialise but some players' stars are definitely rising, while others fell well short of expectations.
He may have exited early in Melbourne this year, but there’s no denying Rafael Nadal’s popularity in the social media stakes.
Serena Williams always draws a crowd - particularly when she is parading the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup in Carlton Gardens.
Alix Ramsay says predicting shifts in the women's game is no easy task, but that if A0 2015 has taught us anything it is that Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will take some shifting.
Dan Imhoff gazes into his crystal ball and predicts what will happen in the men’s game after the season’s first major.
Martina Hingis partners Leander Paes to the mixed doubles title – beating Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic 6-4 6-3 – 12 years after Paes won the same trophy with Martina Navratilova.
An all-star cast take the plaudits for the best tweets of Australian Open 2015.
The strange, the funny, the insightful and the downright baffling – the best quotes from the men at AO 2015.
Novak Djokovic has Australian Open history on his side, but Andy Murray's form might be too much to resist.
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy says Andy Murray's ability to 'serve on a dime' with heavy slice makes him a dangerous opponent for No.1 seed Novak Djokovic, in the battle between two of the finest returners in the game.