Andy Murray calls on ATP to educate young players about corruption
World No 2 Andy Murray has called on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) to ramp up education about the dangers of corruption, in the wake of a damning report accusing several past and present players of match fixing.
China's Wang Qiang pulls off stunning opening-round upset at Australian Open
Chinese qualifier Wang Qiang has scored a sensational opening round win over American Sloane Stephens on Day 1 of the Australian Open.
Djokovic, Williams begin Australian Open title defence with easy wins
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams started their Australian Open title defense in flawless fashion, securing straight sets wins on the opening day.
Tennis embroiled in new match-fixing scandal as Australian Open begins
An exhaustive investigation into tennis match fixing by two prominent media organizations has revealed evidence that 16 professional players have been caught up in the scandal.
Serena Williams gets tough Australian Open draw
While world No 1 Serena Williams continues to chase the title of being women's tennis' most successful player ever, the luck of the draw was noticeably not on her side on Friday, when Australian Open organizers handed her one of the most disappointing outlooks for a No 1 seed the tournament has ever seen.
Djokovic to battle rising South Korean first up
Novak Djokovic's road to a sixth Australian Open title starts with a first-round match against South Korean young gun Chung Hyeon, while women's champion Serena Williams faces feisty Italian Camila Giorgi.
Djokovic, Williams top Australia Open seeding lists
Defending champions and world No 1 ranked Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams top the Australian Open seedings lists, which follow rankings ahead of the first Grand Slam tournament of 2016.
Radwanska, Bouchard into WTA Shenzhen quarters
Top seed Agnieszka Radwanska and sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard both won in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of WTA Shenzhen Open here on Wednesday.
Chinese 'ball kids' to attend Australian Open
The world's top tennis action will be able to thrill more Chinese children from up close thanks to the extension of the youth exchange program between local tournament China Open and the Australian Open.
Serena Williams insists she will make Aussie Open
The Australian Open preparations of Serena Williams suffered a potentially significant blow when she was forced to retire with a knee injury during the United States' 3-0 Hopman Cup loss to Australia Gold on Tuesday evening.
Yearender: Djokovic, S.Williams dominate tennis world in 2015
World number ones Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams proved they are still in a class of their own in tennis world, winning six of eight Grand Slam titles in 2015.
Soderling finally retires after long-running illness
Sweden's Robin Soderling, the player best known for being the first man to beat Rafael Nadal at the French Open, has retired from professional tennis because of a long-running illness.