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'Didn't do it for the hype': Kenin stops Coco in Australia

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 26th - 5:46am

It made sense to Sofia Kenin that Coco Gauff would be the one getting all of the attention and generating all of the buzz.

The Latest: Federer rallies to reach Australian Open QFs

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 26th - 5:29am

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Australian Open Glance: Ash Barty, Coco Gauff eye quarters

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jan 25th - 6:29am

A quick look at the Australian Open:

Bloodied but unbowed, Kyrgios sets Nadal clash in Australia

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 25th - 6:16am

Nick Kyrgios put aside a bloody hand, a hamstring issue, a tiff with the chair umpire and a resilient opponent who saved a pair of match points.

The Latest: Bertens' win closes women's 3rd Rd in Australia

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 25th - 5:18am

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Still eyeing Slam, Pliskova exits Australia; 1 US man left

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 25th - 3:25am

Karolina Pliskova can make a good case that she has the strongest resume of any active player not to win a Grand Slam singles title.

Federer tops Australia's Millman in 5 sets at Melbourne Park

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 24th - 8:27am

This was the sort of match, riveting and rollicking, that keeps Roger Federer in tennis — even with all of those Grand Slam titles and other accomplishments, even at age 38, even with two sets of twins to raise.

Youth served: Gauff wins, Serena loses at Australian Open

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 24th - 7:16am

Perhaps Serena Williams, now 38, will win a 24th Grand Slam title someday.

The Latest: Federer posts 100th match win at Australian Open

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 24th - 6:50am

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Bittersweet: Caroline Wozniacki's career ends in Australia

John Pye  |  Posted Jan 24th - 1:11am

It was bittersweet, Caroline.

Serena Williams loses to Wang Qiang in the third round of the Australian Open

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jan 23rd - 9:33pm

Serena Williams loses to Wang Qiang in the third round of the Australian Open.

The Latest: Svitolina puts top 10 women in Australian 3rd Rd

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 23rd - 7:09am

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2 years, 4 operations later, CiCi Bellis back on Slam stage

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 23rd - 6:59am

The worst part might have been the telephone conversation — CiCi Bellis and her mother on one end of the line, a doctor on the other — to go over the plan for one in a series of operations to rebuild the 20-year-old American tennis player's right arm.

Kyrgios barks, mocks his way to Australian Open's 3rd round

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 23rd - 6:30am

Love him or hate him -- and make no mistake, there are plenty in each camp -- Nick Kyrgios never allows for a dull moment when he's on a tennis court, whether it's shot selection, showmanship, momentum swings, barking at his entourage or mocking another player not even involved in the match at hand.

The Latest: Fognini pushes into 4th day in Australia to win

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 22nd - 6:27am

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Tennys, anyone? Sandgren, Paul stun Australian Open seeds

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 22nd - 5:29am

Tennys Sandgren was looking in great shape for a big upset at the Australian Open after building a massive lead against No. 8 seed Matteo Berrettini on Wednesday.

Coco Gauff sets up Osaka showdown in Australia; Serena wins

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 22nd - 4:49am

Plenty was going badly for Coco Gauff in the second round of the Australian Open.

The Latest: Kevin Anderson works late at Australian Open

The Associated Press  |  Updated Jan 21st - 7:48am

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Sharapova can't say what's next after Australian Open loss

Howard Fendrich  |  Updated Jan 21st - 4:36am

Her Grand Slam losing streak up to four matches, Maria Sharapova surely was aware questions about her future would be coming.