It could be argued that equalising women’s prize money when they generate less income is patronising, if not insultingly paternalistic, and that free market economics should determine rewards
Moore had said female player should 'go down every night (on their knees) and thank God that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal were born'
Not only has there usually been greater strength in depth in the men’s game, but also, for purely physical reasons, men generally hit the ball harder and run faster than their female counterparts
Navratilova leads criticism after Serb backs tournament chief’s view that ‘lady players are very lucky’
What made the victory all the more remarkable was that Murray had played on all three days here
Whatever the explanation, the Murray of yesterday morning was palpably beaten from the start
Murray fought back tears after his loss to Novak Djokovic and promised to be on the first flight home to attend the birth of their first child
Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray 6-1, 7-5, 7-6
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray will compete in the Australian Open men's singles final
World No 1 reaches sixth Melbourne final, but the biggest cheers in Rod Laver Arena were for the Swiss maestro's brief and ultimately unsuccessful fightback
The world number one five-time Australian Open winner will face either Andy Murray or Milos Raonic on Sunday
"It gives me great joy to know I can’t get worse than I played today"
The World No 1 was indirectly offered £100,000 to lose his opening match at the St Petersburg Open over seven years ago
COMMENT: What he has lacked are the mental attributes required to prevail in sport’s kill zone
For years men's tennis has been dominated by a brilliant group but now one has risen far beyond his peers. As another season begins, Paul Newman considers whether it is Djokovic, not Federer, who will eventually be regarded as the best of all time
A full run down of the men's singles first round for the Australian Open