The strange, the funny, the insightful and the downright baffling – the best quotes from the women at AO 2015.
On a night where she surpassed Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova with her 19th major crown, Serena Williams has Steffi Graf’s Open Era record of 22 titles within her grasp.
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at how an extraordinary serving performance by Serena Williams laid the foundation for her sixth Melbourne title.
Dan Imhoff runs the rule over who shone, who emerged and who disappointed on the women’s side of the draw at Australian Open 2015.
Unseeded Italians Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli take their first Grand Slam doubles title, beating Frenchmen Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut in straight sets.
Tereza Mihalikova, of the Slovak Republic, claims the Girls’ singles title at Australian Open 2015, defeating 14th seed Katie Swan, of Great Britain, 6-1 6-4.
Russia's Roman Safiullin claims the Boys’ singles title with a mature 7-5 7-6(2) victory against South Korea's Seong-chan Hong.
Alix Ramsay looks at Day 13 in Melbourne, where Andy Murray's mother has sashayed off to Budapest and will miss the Men's final.
Melbourne’s Dylan Alcott takes the men’s quad wheelchair title, downing world No.1 and defending champion David Wagner in straight sets.
Tales of camaraderie and companionship – plus plenty of anecdotes – flowed freely at the annual Legends’ Lunch on Saturday, with Neale Fraser the centre of attention.
Jiske Griffioen, of the Netherlands, experiences Grand Slam glory at the 23rd attempt in the Women's Wheelchair singles, beating Japan’s Yui Kamiji 6-3 7-5.
As the proved in winning her AO Girls' singles semifinal after losing the first set 6-0, Great Britain’s Katie Swan is a fighter. She is definitely one for the future.
AO Analyst Craig O'Shannessy says Maria Sharapova has plenty of reasons to feel optimistic about snapping a 10-year losing streak to Serena Williams which began at the Australian Open.
Los Angeles, November 2004: the last time Maria Sharapova beat Serena Williams in a match. It was a very different world back then …
Who snapped the best selfies at Australian Open 2015? The stars of tennis, naturally.
How often have the top two seeds faced off in the final of a major over the past decade? Far less than you’d think.
Saturday’s women’s singles final may feature the world No.1 and world No.2, but Maria Sharapova has a mountain to climb if she’s to lift her second Melbourne trophy.