Roger Federer recovers from a third-set slip to oust Andy Murray on Wednesday night, advancing to a semifinal against Rafael Nadal.
Andy Murray may have lost his quarterfinal to Roger Federer on Wednesday night, but the Scot was proud of his efforts after a compromised preparation to the first major of the year.
Grigor Dimitrov gave Rafael Nadal everything he could handle on Wednesday, but the Spaniard overcame a blistered hand and a one-set deficit to advance to his fourth Australian Open semifinal.
Fifth seed Agnieszka Radwanska has scored a deserved victory over defending champion Victoria Azarenka, beating her 6-1 5-7 6-0 to progress to her first Australian Open semifinal.
He may be the youngest player remaining in the Australian Open boys’ singles draw, but 15-year-old Stefan Kozlov is still one of the favourites to claim the title.
With their history in major finals, Olympic gold medal matches and at this very tournament, Roger Federer and Andy Murray know exactly what’s required to beat the man on the other side of the net on Wednesday.
He’s been touted as the ‘next big thing’ for some time; at Australian Open 2014, Grigor Dimitrov has finally started to deliver on that promise on the big stage of a major.
In junior tennis circles Alexander Zverev is being touted as a name to remember, but it is also a name you might already recall.
Lightning quick Dominika Cibulkova is full of new-found confidence heading in to her semifinal clash with Romania's Simona Halep on Wednesday.
He'd won three consecutive Australian Open titles and was on a 25-match winning streak at Melbourne Park, so Novak Djokovic's early exit was something of a surprise.