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  • DAYS
  • Pre-Event
  • 1
    Monday, 13 January
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    Tuesday, 14 January
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    Wednesday, 15 January
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    Thursday, 16 January
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    Friday, 17 January
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    Saturday, 18 January
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    Sunday, 19 January
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    Monday, 20 January
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    Tuesday, 21 January
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    Wednesday, 22 January
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    Thursday, 23 January
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    Friday, 24 January
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    Saturday, 25 January
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    Sunday, 26 January
  • Post-Event
Pospisil shows steel to see off Ebden

Pospisil shows steel to see off Ebden

Canadian Vasek Pospisil overcame a back complaint and a local crowd largely in opponent Matt Ebden’s corner to make the third round in Melbourne for the first time.
Stanislas Wawrinka 15-01-14

Stanislas Wawrinka 15-01-14

S. Wawrinka d. A. Falla 6-3 6-3 6-7(4) 6-4
Ivanovic shines through

Ivanovic shines through

Drawing energy from her positive off-court team, Ana Ivanovic was impressive on it on Wednesday, advancing to the third round for the loss of just three games.
Stosur on song

Stosur on song

Australian Sam Stosur sent a strong message on Wednesday night, storming past Tsvetana Pironkova to set up a third-round meeting with Ana Ivanovic.
Ana Ivanovic 15-01-14

Ana Ivanovic 15-01-14

A. Ivanovic d. A. Beck 6-1 6-2
Rafter’s brief return

Rafter’s brief return

Pat Rafter and Lleyton Hewitt revived the glory days of old on Wednesday, but their hastily-arranged doubles pairing will go no further after a first-round loss at AO 2014.
Samantha Stosur 15-01-14

Samantha Stosur 15-01-14

S. Stosur d. T. Pironkova 6-2 6-0
Eugenie Bouchard 15-01-14

Eugenie Bouchard 15-01-14

E. Bouchard d. V. Razzano 6-2 7-6(10)
Jie Zheng 15-01-14

Jie Zheng 15-01-14

J. Zheng d. M. Keys 7-6(5) 1-6 7-5
Player focus: Eugenie Bouchard

Player focus: Eugenie Bouchard

The new poster girl for the women’s tour and 2013 ‘WTA newcomer of the year’ is without question a player to look out for in the coming months.
Bouchard perseveres to outlast Razzano

Bouchard perseveres to outlast Razzano

Eugenie Bouchard squandered six match points before advancing to the third round of the Australian Open for the first time by downing French veteran Virginie Razzano.
Lleyton Hewitt & Pat Rafter 15-01-14

Lleyton Hewitt & Pat Rafter 15-01-14

E. Butorac/R. Klaasen d. L. Hewitt/P. Rafter 6-4 7-5
Casey’s second coming

Casey’s second coming

Six years after her stirring run to the last 16, Casey Dellacqua is rediscovering some of her best form at Melbourne Park, as Kirsten Flipkens discovered on Wednesday.
A town like Alice unites behind Andy

A town like Alice unites behind Andy

Andy Murray is used to playing with a lot of British fans, but never has he had a whole Australian town getting right behind his quest for the Australian Open title.
Tomic: "I think I was misunderstood"

Tomic: "I think I was misunderstood"

Bernard Tomic discusses the injury that caused him to retire from his match against Rafael Nadal.
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Casey Dellacqua 15-01-14

Casey Dellacqua 15-01-14

C. Dellacqua d. K. Flipkens 6-3 6-0
Hantuchova wins war of attrition

Hantuchova wins war of attrition

Daniela Hantuchova’s experience shone through when it mattered most in a three-hour marathon with Karolina Pliskova on Wednesday.
Li Na sees off talented teen Bencic

Li Na sees off talented teen Bencic

Li Na has faced plenty of up and comers in her career, but perhaps hasn't played many with the talent level of Belinda Bencic, who pushed her very hard in the second set of her 6-0, 7-6 (5) second round win.
If you can't stand the heat ...

If you can't stand the heat ...

Melbourne's scorching summer has been a talking point at Australian Open 2014, but as Alix Ramsay writes, dealing with the heat is just another variable that separates the best from the rest.
Novak Djokovic 15-01-14

Novak Djokovic 15-01-14

N. Djokovic d. L. Mayer 6-0 6-4 6-4.
Ferrer wins warm war of attrition

Ferrer wins warm war of attrition

The scoreboard read 7-6(2) 5-7 6-0 6-3 in favour of David Ferrer over Adrian Mannarino, but it failed to record the sapping nature of the afternoon against the younger Frenchman.
Defending champ Djokovic advances

Defending champ Djokovic advances

Novak Djokovic kept his time on court to less than two hours as he brushed aside Leonardo Mayer 6-0 6-4 6-4 at Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday.
Ross Hutchins and Colin Fleming 15-01-14

Ross Hutchins and Colin Fleming 15-01-14

R. Hutchins & C. Fleming d. M. Matosevic & M. Przysiezny 6-4 6-5 6-0.
Impressive Serena shows she means business

Impressive Serena shows she means business

Serena Williams doesn't try to be intimidating. She just is. And in her 6-1, 6-2 second round demolition of Vesna Dolonc she was ruthless.
Serena Williams 15-01-14

Serena Williams 15-01-14

S. Williams d. V. Dolonc 6-1 6-2.
Gasquet shows his magic in beating Davydenko

Gasquet shows his magic in beating Davydenko

The French flamboyance and flair of Richard Gasquet overcame a spirited challenge from the workmanlike Nikolay Davydenko in an entertaining second round match which finished 7-6(3) 6-4 6-4.
Belinda Bencic 15-01-14

Belinda Bencic 15-01-14

N. Li d. b. Bencic 6-0 7-6(5).
Tomas Berdych 15-01-14

Tomas Berdych 15-01-14

T. Berdych d. K. De Schepper 6-4 6-1 6-3.
Niculescu fight catches out Lisicki

Niculescu fight catches out Lisicki

Women's 15th seed Sabine Lisicki is out of Australian Open 2014 after Romanian Monica Niculescu battled her way back from a set down to oust the German.
Li Na 15-01-14

Li Na 15-01-14

N. Li d. B. Bencic 6-0 7-6(5).
Berdych serves up smooth victory

Berdych serves up smooth victory

An impressive display of serving has helped Tomas Berdych cruise through to the third round of Australian Open 2014, defeating France's Kenny De Schepper 6-4 6-1 6-3.
Player focus: Tomas Berdych

Player focus: Tomas Berdych

The gap between his best and his worst remains frustratingly large, but Tomas Berdych has all the tools for a breakthrough run in Melbourne.
Post-Tournament
Sunday, 27 July 2014
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