Danish star Caroline Wozniacki is relishing the opportunity to try to go back-to-back at the Australian Open.
Coach Rennae Stubbs says Karolina Pliskova must be prepared to grind it out in Melbourne in order to make a major breakthrough.
After falling to Daniil Medvedev in the 2018 Sydney International, Alex de Minaur triumphed at his hometown tournament a year later.
Andy Murray will have made his decision to retire as soon as he realised he could not reach the top again, says Tim Henman.
Ashleigh Barty was unable to claim a first WTA Tour title on home soil as she went down to Petra Kvitova in the Sydney International final.
The Australian Open women's draw looks wide open and we have looked at the best Opta Facts ahead of the tournament in Melbourne.
The Australian Open men's singles will see Roger Federer attempt to achieve a feat only Novak Djokovic has pulled off in the Open Era.
After eight different grand slam winners, we take a look at the WTA stars who could extend that run at the Australian Open.
It appears as though Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic carry the hopes of the 'Big Four' at the Australian Open.
Tennys Sandgren secured the Auckland Open crown for his first ATP World Tour title.
Now a grand slam champion, Simona Halep feels she belongs as world number one.
Novak Djokovic can empathise with Andy Murray, having endured his own struggles with injury in an illustrious career.
Andy Murray is set to retire this year, but Juan Martin del Potro wants the Brit to go out on his own terms.
In the Australian Open's first round, defending champion Roger Federer will face Denis Istomin, while Novak Djokovic will meet a qualifier
Kyle Edmund says Andy Murray, who is set to retire, is "Britain's greatest tennis player ever ... and maybe Britain's best sportsman ever."
Maria Sakkari caused a major upset on day one at the Australian Open as she beat 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko.
Victoria Azarenka made her first Australian Open appearance since 2016, though it ended in an opening-round defeat on Tuesday.
Chris Kermode's tenure as ATP chief is reportedly under threat, but Novak Djokovic says the player council is yet to declare a position.
A former world number 13, Nick Kyrgios feels the top 10 is a realistic target in 2019.