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World number one Novak Djokovic makes a winning start to his Australian Open title defence, beating Hyeon Chung in straight sets to advance to the second round.
Aside from his victories in majors and Davis Cup successes, Lleyton Hewitt's career has been punctuated by a number of other highlights and infamous moments that defined the Australian as a ferocious competitor.
World number one Serena Williams survives a tough early test to safely advance to the second round of the Australian Open, but Caroline Wozniacki bows out.
As irritating as I find multinational gambling corporations, this tennis match-fixing scandal has shown that they're much better than the unregulated alternative.
In-form Daria Gavrilova shows her fighting qualities to overcome Czech veteran Lucie Hradecka in her opening Australian Open match.
The president of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) says the governing body "absolutely rejects" that evidence of match-fixing in the sport has been suppressed or overlooked.
The ATP president acknowledges the presence of match-fixing in tennis, but says the level of activity is "incredibly small".
The Australian Open begins today, with top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams out to defend their titles in mid-thirty degree temperatures at Melbourne Park.
Reports of match-fixing rocked the tennis world on the opening day of the Australian Open. Look back at how the day unfolded in our live blog.
Follow our live blog as the tennis world reacts after a media investigation reportedly finds evidence of match-fixing by a core group of 16 professional players.
Tennis authorities have taken no action despite repeated warnings that a core group of players are suspected of match-fixing, an investigation reveals, with documents about a notorious 2007 match between Nikolay Davydenko (right) and Martin Vassallo Arguello among the files leaked.
Bernard Tomic says his controversial pull-out from the Sydney International, insisting he was sick and was not just saving himself for the Australian Open.
Viktor Troicki defends his Sydney International title, edging Grigor Dimitrov after a marathon third-set tie-break.
Retiring champion Lleyton Hewitt firmly believes he can make a deep run on his Australian Open farewell at Melbourne Park.
Former Australian Open champion Li Na says local hope Bernard Tomic can one day win a tennis major.
World number 42 Alize Cornet wins the Hobart International with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Eugenie Bouchard.
In the wake of doping revelations in Australia and internationally, four-time Australian Open champion Roger Federer says tennis must work to maintain its good record.
Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut wins the Auckland Classic after illness forces American Jack Sock to retire in the second set of their final.
The most prolific winner in tennis history, Australian Margaret Court, says the women's game has gone away from the "artistry" that made it entertaining.
Svetlana Kuznetsova wins her maiden Sydney International title, easily accounting for qualifier Monica Puig in straight sets.