19 January - 1 February 2015
Put yourself on court with ReturnServe. From analysing returns on the court to measuring social sentiment. Data is a game changer. IBM.
Put yourself on court with ReturnServe. From analysing returns on the court to measuring social sentiment. Data is a game changer. IBM.
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  • Pre-Event
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    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
Player focus: Caroline Wozniacki

Player focus: Caroline Wozniacki

The Dane returns to Australia with a new coach but the same old question – can her defensive-oriented game propel her to Grand Slam glory?
Berdych bridging gap between art & sport

Berdych bridging gap between art & sport

Movies and music are the most routine answers when a player is asked about non-tennis hours. So it's surprising to learn Tomas Berdych loves to appreciate various forms of art.
Gasquet hopes to meet expectations

Gasquet hopes to meet expectations

World No.9 Richard Gasquet is the highest-ranked Frenchman at this year's Australian Open, but can he convert high expectations into a strong Melbourne Park finish in 2014?
Player focus: Novak Djokovic

Player focus: Novak Djokovic

Will AO2014 see a continuation of Novak Djokovic's recent domination on the blue plexicushion? We examine the importance of Melbourne for the Serb.
Federer: A different kind of number

Federer: A different kind of number

The tennis record books are filled with the accomplishments of Roger Federer. Here are some of his remarkable achievements as he enters his 57th Grand Slam tournament in a row.
Stan the man to beat at Kooyong and beyond

Stan the man to beat at Kooyong and beyond

While he shies from admitting it himself, many predict 2014 as the year for Stanislas Wawrinka to move further forward.
Big 4 dominance coming to an end predicts Simon

Big 4 dominance coming to an end predicts Simon

Dominance in any sport runs in cycles and French world No.19 Gilles Simon believes the grip Nadal and Co have over winning majors is soon to change.
Post-Tournament
Saturday, 23 August 2014
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