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The Williams sisters have not played there since 2001, but the world Number One admits the Mandela biopic Long Walk to Freedom has made her reconsider
The hottest day of the Australian Open so far finally saw play suspended but only after a succession of players suffered in the 43C heat. One of the worst affected was Jamie Murray, who experienced painful body cramps for several hours after winning his doubles match.
Williams admits she is not looking forward to the expected heat that will hit the first week of the opening Grand Slam of 2014
Laura Robson will face Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens in the women's draw
The world number one is bidding to win only her second singles title at Roland Garros
Pair reach the third round of the BNP Paribas Open
British number one was below par against Irina-Camelia Begu
David Ferrer was already one of his sport's most dogged competitors but the prospect of succeeding Rafael Nadal as world No 4 appears to have underlined his never-say-die approach.
Laura Robson seldom comes up against fellow teenagers these days, let alone one ranked higher than her, but the 18-year-old Briton had the misfortune to be drawn against one of the USA's outstanding young talents in the first round of the Hobart International yesterday.
Another season, another title. Serena Williams threw down a challenge to her rivals in the Australian Open, which starts next Monday, with a fine performance in the final of the Brisbane International tournament, beating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2 6-1.
British No 1 apologises for bad language on court – but denies any pledge to clean up his act
British number one beat Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin this morning
Novak Djokovic is guaranteed to finish the year ranked number one in the world, the ATP confirmed today.
It was perhaps inevitable that Victoria Azarenka would be unable to sustain her electrifying start to the year, but the world No 1 yesterday underlined her intention to end the Grand Slam season the way she began it.
Serena Williams was doing her best to convince herself that there is no extra pressure playing at her home Grand Slam event.
Her sunny disposition and warm smile have lit up the world's greatest tennis arenas for more than a decade, but today Kim Clijsters could play her last match at Wimbledon.