Djokovic gets that invincible feeling

Novak Djokovic has that unbeatable feeling. And well he should.

Djokovic gets that invincible feeling

Australian Open final: Novak, Rafa and the six-hour epic

Novak Djokovic tore off his shirt, flexed his sinewy muscles and roared in celebration, but for once the machismo was not misplaced.

Australian Open final: Novak, Rafa and the six-hour epic

Marathon 'Nole' rules tennis world

Strutting, chest-thumping Novak Djokovic last year produced one of the greatest seasons in tennis history, and he has signalled his intent for 2012 with an astonishing Australian Open win.

Marathon 'Nole' rules tennis world

Nadal still the puzzle Federer can't solve

Roger Federer barely broke sweat in reaching the Australian Open semi-finals, producing some of his finest tennis at the age of 30. Then he ran into Rafael Nadal - again.

Nadal still the puzzle Federer can't solve

Earplugs ready, it's the scream queen final

On one side is the 'haaah', and on the other is the 'aaagh', and in between, a bit of tennis. Welcome to the Scream Queen final, where every shot will be heard around the world.

Earplugs ready, it's the scream queen final

No.1 in women's tennis isn't what it seems

The supposed top player in the world for the past 15 months has played in 20 Grand Slam tournaments since 2007 but only made one final, more than two years ago, which she lost.

No.1 in women's tennis isn't what it seems

Review system challenges top men at Australian Open

The challenge system is proving, well, challenging for the top men at the Australian Open.

Review system challenges top men at Australian Open

Raven Rod, smash and grab and write stuff

Rod Laver brushes aside the bird nuisance at Melbourne Park, something positive comes out of Marcos Baghdatis' racquet rage and Caroline Wozniacki receives an honour.

Raven Rod, smash and grab and write stuff

Sharapova mutes queries on her screams

Notoriously noisy Maria Sharapova slapped down questions over her loud shrieking Wednesday after she was singled out for criticism during a push for quieter women's tennis at the Australian Open.

Sharapova mutes queries on her screams

Laver returns 50 years after Grand Slam

When Rod Laver beat Roy Emerson to win the Australian Open title in 1962, the event was played on grass in Sydney and, as an amateur, he took home no prize money.

Laver returns 50 years after Grand Slam

When Federer's tears overshadowed Nadal's win

Roger Federer can avenge one of his most painful defeats in the Australian Open semi-finals Thursday in a rematch with Rafael Nadal, which has extra spice after a rare slight from his great rival.

When Federer's tears overshadowed Nadal's win

And the winners of Australian Open are...birds and insects

Evening sessions at this year's Australian Open are starting to resemble a remake of the Alfred Hitchcock horror movie, "The Birds."

And the winners of Australian Open are...birds and insects

Wanted: A solution to grunts on the tennis court

Maria Sharapova's shriek when she hits the ball is "pretty annoying" and "just too loud," according to one of her rivals. No. 8-ranked Agnieszka Radwanska spoke out on Tuesday at the Australian Open after her loss to Victoria Azarenka, whose high-pitched hoot has also attracted plenty of criticism.

Wanted: A solution to grunts on the tennis court

Return of the bad boys at Australian Open

Tennis's legendary hell-raisers gave way long ago to on-court politeness and gentlemanly behaviour, but the bad boys are back with a vengeance at the Australian Open.

Return of the bad boys at Australian Open

Love-struck Scott, the Dougie and girl talk

A selection of brief stories from the Australian Open on Sunday.

Love-struck Scott, the Dougie and girl talk

Late Li, not-nude Novak and yo Zheng

French Open champion Li Na is not too happy at playing late matches while Novak Djokovic says he will never pose naked. Snippets from the Australian Open.

Late Li, not-nude Novak and yo Zheng

Squeamish players reveal pet hates

First it was insects bugging Serena Williams and now it's spiders, snakes and sharks as players at the Australian Open lift the lid on what keeps them awake at night.

Squeamish players reveal pet hates

Beauty and the boost, as Federer hits web

Roger Federer had so little idea about his first-round opponent, Alexander Kudryavtsev, that he had to ask fellow players and scour the Internet for tips.

Beauty and the boost, as Federer hits web
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