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Updated: 18 min 39 sec ago
Sam Stosur says she is thinking about winning tennis tournaments and not about retirement.
Nick Kyrgios says he is back to full fitness and ready to embrace the spotlight in 2015.
Jordan Thompson and Daria Gavrilova will compete at the Australian Open after winning their wildcard finals.
Amid incessant retirement talk, Lleyton Hewitt remains focused on making week two at the Australian Open.
Townsville's John-Patrick Smith is the first player through to the final of the Australian Open wildcard playoff.
Rafael Nadal has declared his Australian Open preparations on track after recovering from appendix surgery.
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams have been named as the ITF's men's and women's World Champions for 2014.
Number one seed Luke Saville has pulled out of the Australian Open wildcard play-off due to injury.
Paralympic basketball player and world number two tennis star Dylan Alcott has completed a 24-hour wheelchair tennis marathon in Melbourne to raise money for charity.
Australian tennis great John Newcombe believes Thanasi Kokkinakis is set for a breakout season in 2015.
WTA signs biggest media rights deal in women's sport history, a $630m, 10-year deal to broadcast women's tennis.
Agnieszka Radwanska has added 18-time major singles champion Martina Navratilova to her coaching staff.
Casey Dellacqua is named as top seed for this summer's Hobart International tennis tournament.
Defending champion Juan Martin del Potro has been granted a wildcard into next month's Sydney International.
An emotional Lleyton Hewitt dedicated his ITPL win alongside Nick Kyrgios to deceased cricketer Phillip Hughes.
Australian Open organisers have tweaked their extreme heat policy after players braved "inhumane" conditions in 2014.
Ana Ivanovic says it is 'hard to imagine' tennis evolving to adapt to the IPTL's faster format after beating Daniela Hantuchova 6-0.
Lleyton Hewitt and Roger Federer will face off in a shortened exhibition match in Sydney before the Australian Open.
19-year-old Nick Kyrgios has been rewarded for his breakout 2014 by claiming the Newcombe Medal.
A vintage Roger Federer performance secured Switzerland its first ever Davis Cup title with a 3-1 win over France.
ABC Tennis news
- Stosur excited about Australian Open prospects despite advancing years
- Fit again Kyrgios ready to embrace spotlight
- Jordan Thompson, Daria Gavrilova win Australian Open wildcards
- Lleyton Hewitt still sees opportunity for Australian Open run
- John-Patrick Smith through to Australian Open wildcard playoff final