19 January - 1 February 2015
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  • Pre-Event
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    Monday, 19 January
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    Tuesday, 20 January
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    Wednesday, 21 January
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    Thursday, 22 January
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    Friday, 23 January
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    Saturday, 24 January
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    Sunday, 25 January
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    Monday, 26 January
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    Tuesday, 27 January
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    Wednesday, 28 January
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    Thursday, 29 January
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    Friday, 30 January
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    Saturday, 31 January
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    Sunday, 1 February
  • Post-Event
Doubles troubles for Goerges

Doubles troubles for Goerges

Yung-Jan Chan of Taipei and China’s Jie Zheng will face American Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Czech Lucie Safarova in the final of the women’s doubles.
Keys unlocks door to semifinals

Keys unlocks door to semifinals

Teenager Madison Keys overcomes injury to reach her first Grand Slam semifinal and finally end veteran Venus Williams’ Australian Open 2015, winning 6-3 4-6 6-4.
Boom times for Novak

Boom times for Novak

Twelve months after adding Boris Becker to his coaching team, Novak Djokovic – and his improved serve – stands within touching distance of a fifth Melbourne crown.
AO Analyser: Serena lays the smackdown

AO Analyser: Serena lays the smackdown

AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at how Serena Williams used first-strike tennis to dominate Dominika Cibulkova in their lop-sided quarterfinal on Wednesday.
The Social Post: Best in show

The Social Post: Best in show

Australian Open 2015 is the year’s first major, and the first time the sport’s stars step out in their new-season get-up. Who made the biggest fashion statement in Melbourne? Glad you asked ...
Nishikori loses his way

Nishikori loses his way

Kei Nishikori came into Wednesday’s quarterfinal with form and confidence on his side, but a straight-sets drubbing by Stan Wawrinka prompted more questions than answers.
Open season: Flying off the handle

Open season: Flying off the handle

Alix Ramsay looks at Day 10 in Melbourne, where stars showed their strength and Aussie towns shed a tear.
Melbourne magic suits Serena

Melbourne magic suits Serena

Even a sore throat couldn't derail Serena Williams as she dismissed the threat of Dominika Cibulkova to reach her first Australian Open semifinal since 2010.
Odds says it's Serena's title

Odds says it's Serena's title

Every time Serena Williams has made it past the quarterfinals in Melbourne, she’s won the Australian Open. There was nothing in her demolition of last year’s beaten finalist, Dominika Cibulkova, that she can't claim a sixth title.
Venus rues a missed opportunity

Venus rues a missed opportunity

Venus Williams could not quite force a semifinal meeting with sister Serena but her progress to the last eight of AO 2015 was still a remarkable achievement for the 34-year-old.
Wagner does it for Seahawks

Wagner does it for Seahawks

Defending Australian Open champion, top seed and current world No.1 David Wagner made his class and experience tell in his opening match in the Quad Wheelchair Singles.
Keys treasures Serena victory

Keys treasures Serena victory

It may only have been a bit of fun for Serena Williams, but Madison Keys will never forget beating her AO semifinal opponent in a World Team Tennis tie as a 14-year-old.
AO Spotlight: Novak Djokovic

AO Spotlight: Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic enjoyed an almost perfect year in 2014. Clearly the world's top player, he also married and became a father for the first time. The only blot was an uncharacteristic defeat at Melbourne Park...
Polmans issues warning shot

Polmans issues warning shot

While other Australians were tumbling out of the junior events, Marc Polmans wasted no time in beating India's Sumit Nagal for the loss of two games.
Legends look forward

Legends look forward

Some big names from the past hold court with their predictions of who will win the Australian Open men’s and women’s singles crowns – and suggest some surprises might be in store.
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Day 10 preview: Old foes, new faces

Day 10 preview: Old foes, new faces

Venus Williams and Lindsay Davenport had a long rivalry at the height of their careers; at 34, can Venus stop the Melbourne run of Davenport-coached teen Madison Keys?
AO Spotlight: Madison Keys

AO Spotlight: Madison Keys

Madison Keys has rumbled all the way to the quarterfinals of a major for the first time – and she’ll meet the player who inspired her to take up tennis in the first place.
Post-Tournament
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