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Day 14 rewind: Open shut

Day 14 rewind: Open shut

Injuries, nicknames that aren’t, resurgent veterans, up-and-comers breaking through and two worthy champions – Australian Open 2014 had it all.
Day 13 rewind: Winners are grinners

Day 13 rewind: Winners are grinners

Li Na’s play in the second set of the women’s singles final on Saturday night was matched only by her post-match speech after finally securing the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup.
Day 12 rewind: A Swiss miss

Day 12 rewind: A Swiss miss

As downcast as Roger Federer was after bowing out on Friday, the four-time AO champion was even more disappointed about missing out on a final with compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka.
Day 11 rewind: Over and out

Day 11 rewind: Over and out

Agnieszka Radwanska’s abrupt departure on Thursday continued an unpredictable women’s singles tournament that has defied logic, the form book and the world rankings.
Day 10 rewind: Changing of the guard

Day 10 rewind: Changing of the guard

With defending champion Victoria Azarenka following the lead of Novak Djokovic in making an early exit, the business end of the Australian Open will have a decidedly different look this year.
Player focus: Andy Murray

Player focus: Andy Murray

Andy Murray is a player whose personality is often misunderstood, but as Alexandra Willis writes, there is plenty of humour and happiness in the Scot's life.
Much for 'Genie' to learn from Ana

Much for 'Genie' to learn from Ana

Before Eugenie Bouchard steps on court for her much anticipated quarterfinal with Ana Ivanovic, she might want to have a quiet word with her; she may like to ask her what all this winning and fame business is like.
Day 8 rewind: Glare of the spotlight

Day 8 rewind: Glare of the spotlight

While the biggest names in the men’s draw march on, Maria Sharapova became another women’s singles casualty on a day when some unheralded names took their chances.
Men’s half-term report: The usual suspects

Men’s half-term report: The usual suspects

As we enter the second week of Australian Open 2014, Alix Ramsay says the men’s singles crown has come down to a familiar battle between the Big Four.
Women’s half-term report: Opportunity knocks

Women’s half-term report: Opportunity knocks

With the early exit of Serena Williams a host of women will have their eyes on a breakthrough – or a repeat – success in Melbourne, writes Alexandra Willis.
Day 7 rewind: Flipping the script

Day 7 rewind: Flipping the script

Serena Williams was thought by many to be an odds-on favourite for her sixth Melbourne crown, but Sunday taught us that there’s no such thing as a sure thing.
Day 6 rewind: The plot thickens

Day 6 rewind: The plot thickens

Saturday at the Australian Open had more drama than an angst-filled teenage TV show. How so? Read on …
Day 5 rewind: Moving on, heading home

Day 5 rewind: Moving on, heading home

David Ferrer continues on his workmanlike way, while Jerzy Janowicz proves that failing to prepare really is preparing to fail.
Crowd support adds vital edge

Crowd support adds vital edge

You can’t beat a good local story and when the home grown players are doing well, the Melbourne Park cheers can be heard all the way to Darwin.
Day 4 rewind: Survival of the fittest

Day 4 rewind: Survival of the fittest

On a wild day of weather in Melbourne, Maria Sharapova was just one of a host of players to earn newfound respect for their grit as much as their talent.
Fedberg: the inside scoop

Fedberg: the inside scoop

What’s really going on in the early days of the Roger Federer-Stefan Edberg player-coach partnership? Read on ...
Day 3 rewind: Bowing out

Day 3 rewind: Bowing out

Racquets broke, Rafter stole the show and the Stakhovsky Syndrome made yet another appearance on Wednesday in Melbourne.
If you can't stand the heat ...

If you can't stand the heat ...

Melbourne's scorching summer has been a talking point at Australian Open 2014, but as Alix Ramsay writes, dealing with the heat is just another variable that separates the best from the rest.
Day 2 rewind: Up for the fight

Day 2 rewind: Up for the fight

Home heroes, hissy fits and a host of injuries punctuated a roasting-hot Tuesday at AO 2014.
Day 1 rewind: Open for business

Day 1 rewind: Open for business

Seeds fell, a Pole bent but didn’t break, and a local had a feeling of deja vu as AO 2014 began on Monday.
A new order

A new order

Thereʼs something of an ‘80s revival of late, with Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg joining Ivan Lendl as coaches to the elite in 2014. To be a great player today it seems you need to start with another great player by your side.
10 Things We Didn't Expect in 2013

10 Things We Didn't Expect in 2013

Now's the season to be reflective, as we cast an eye over the year that was and ask: 'Now, how did that happen?'
The real No.1

The real No.1

Who was the best player of their generation and how do they stack up against the rest? It is all about the grand slams?
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