19 January - 1 February 2015
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  • DAYS
  • Pre-Event
  • 1
    Monday, 19 January
  • 2
    Tuesday, 20 January
  • 3
    Wednesday, 21 January
  • 4
    Thursday, 22 January
  • 5
    Friday, 23 January
  • 6
    Saturday, 24 January
  • 7
    Sunday, 25 January
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  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • Post-Event
Gasquet spoils Duckworth’s party

Gasquet spoils Duckworth’s party

French No.24 seed ruins the birthday celebrations of Australian James Duckworth, cruising through to the third round in straight sets.
Murray marches on

Murray marches on

No.6 seed Andy Murray is in imperious form as he overpowers Australia's Marinko Matosevic 6-1 6-3 6-2, making just 12 unforced errors on the way.
Sharapova survives after huge scare

Sharapova survives after huge scare

Women's No.2 seed saves two match points on her way to a dramatic victory against qualifier Alexandra Panova.
Baghdatis rolls back the years

Baghdatis rolls back the years

Marcos Baghdatis delights his legion of Melbourne fans by beating 20th seed David Goffin 6-1 6-4 4-6 6-0.
Match of the Day: Hewitt’s fine line

Match of the Day: Hewitt’s fine line

AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at a fascinating second-round match-up between the gritty Australian and a dangerous power player in Benjamin Becker.
Groth breaks new ground

Groth breaks new ground

His first Australian Open win, his first five-set match – this week has been one to remember for Sam Groth, who ousted compatriot Thanasi Kokkinakis on Wednesday.
Kyrgios goes his own way

Kyrgios goes his own way

Ever the showman, Nick Kyrgios was pure box office on and off the court on Wednesday as he ousted No.23 seed Ivo Karlovic to move into the third round.
Tomic times it right

Tomic times it right

Australian Bernard Tomic turned it on when it counted, surviving a tough four-setter against German No.22 seed Philipp Kohlschreiber on Wednesday to advance to the third round.
Open season: Seeds bend but don't break

Open season: Seeds bend but don't break

Alix Ramsay looks back at Day 3 of Australian Open 2015, where big names barely made it through, and small talk (briefly) silenced the press.
Federer stung into action

Federer stung into action

Roger Federer struggled for a set with Simone Bolelli's serve and with a sore finger. Then he sprang into life and rattled off victory in four sets.
All smiles for Bouchard

All smiles for Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard has a love affair with Australia and the year’s first major; on Wednesday night, the No.7 seed romped into the third round for the loss of just three games.
AO Analyser: Sharapova's moment

AO Analyser: Sharapova's moment

AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at the critical point that gave Maria Sharapova a sniff of victory in her second-round escape against Alexandra Panova on Wednesday.
AO Spotlight: Roger Federer

AO Spotlight: Roger Federer

He may have 1000 wins on his glittering CV, but Roger Federer’s appetite for silverware remains as strong as ever.
Genie's growing army of admirers

Genie's growing army of admirers

Eugenie Bouchard is clearly a special tennis talent. Uniquely, she also has her own set of devotees Down Under: the Genie Army.
Day 3 preview: Keeping it rolling

Day 3 preview: Keeping it rolling

Teen tyros Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios lit up Melbourne Park on Day 1 of Australian Open 2015; can they back up on Wednesday after surviving stern five-set tests?
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AO Spotlight: Maria Sharapova

AO Spotlight: Maria Sharapova

It’s been seven long years since Maria Sharapova lifted the women’s singles trophy in Melbourne; is this the year that drought finally ends?
Day 7
Sunday, 25 January 2015
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