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    Sunday, 1 February
  • Post-Event
Murray's six for six

Murray's six for six

Scot makes the Australian Open quarterfinals for the sixth straight year, the world No.6 roaring home to oust Grigor Dimitrov 6-4 6-7(5) 6-3 7-5 on Sunday night.
Open season: Right on target

Open season: Right on target

Lost dogs, mystery husbands, Goran up to his usual mischief and Genie’s honest answers – Alix Ramsay wraps up Day 7 from Melbourne Park.
Sharapova means business

Sharapova means business

The tentative Maria Sharapova of the early rounds disappears as the Russian eclipses China's Peng Shuai in a comprehensive 6-3 6-0 victory.
Halep rises to the occasion

Halep rises to the occasion

Third seed Simona Halep played the big points perfectly against Yanina Wickmayer to make her second straight Australian Open quarterfinal.
AO Analyser: Rafa weathers the storm

AO Analyser: Rafa weathers the storm

AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at how Kevin Anderson had a golden chance to wrest control against Rafael Nadal on Sunday, but why the resilient Spaniard was able to stand firm.
Berdych brushes Tomic aside

Berdych brushes Tomic aside

Czech No.7 seed Tomas Berdych continued his run to the quarterfinals without dropping a set, powering past Bernard Tomic in the round of 16 on Sunday.
Bouchard survives Begu scare

Bouchard survives Begu scare

Genie Bouchard's aura of invincibility slipped alarmingly as she lost five games in a row against Romania's Irina-Camelia Begu, before gathering herself to win 6-1 5-7 6-2. She described her performance as unacceptable.
Makarova's AO love affair goes on

Makarova's AO love affair goes on

Ekaterina Makarova has some track record at Melbourne Park and Julia Goerges was powerless to halt her progress, the Russian winning 6-3 6-2 to reach the quarterfinals.
Is Serena the greatest female tennis player ever?

Is Serena the greatest female tennis player ever?

Serena Williams is hailed by many as the greatest player of her era, but almost 16 years after her first Grand Slam singles title, is she the best ever?
Fritz belts out a warning

Fritz belts out a warning

American Taylor Fritz served notice of his burgeoning talent with 13 aces in his 6-1 6-4 victory over Slovakian Alex Molcan in the Boys' singles.
AO Spotlight: Simona Halep

AO Spotlight: Simona Halep

Simona Halep’s diverse game offers something different at the top of women’s tennis; can it take her all the way to a maiden Grand Slam title?
AO Spotlight: Bernard Tomic

AO Spotlight: Bernard Tomic

Never a man typically far from the spotlight, Bernard Tomic has moved through Australian Open 2015 almost by stealth – but that will all change if he beats Tomas Berdych on Sunday.
Day 7 preview: A big opportunity

Day 7 preview: A big opportunity

Roger Federer’s departure left a hole in the bottom half of the Melbourne Park draw; is it one Andy Murray can exploit by downing his Wimbledon 2014 conqueror Grigor Dimitrov on Sunday?
Post-Tournament
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