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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  • 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
  • 8
    Monday, 26 January
  • 9
    Tuesday, 27 January
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • Post-Event
Rafa tells it straight as comeback stalls

Rafa tells it straight as comeback stalls

Occasionally brilliant but more often than not a battle to recapture his true form and fitness, Rafa Nadal’s Australian Open was as unpredictable as Melbourne’s weather.
Genie comes up short again

Genie comes up short again

Eugenie Bouchard has many qualities which have propelled her up the world rankings. But she has yet to find a way to crack the code of beating the top players when it matters.
Sharapova gives Bouchard tennis lesson

Sharapova gives Bouchard tennis lesson

Maria Sharapova's comprehensive victory against Eugenie Bouchard revealed a gulf in class between two players who often invite comparisons.
Low-key Makarova demolishes Halep

Low-key Makarova demolishes Halep

Ekaterina Makarova went into her AO quarterfinal against third seed Simona Halep relatively unheralded. She emerged with a thumping victory and a semifinal place.
Lean machines

Lean machines

For many years, tennis players wanted to be bigger, bulkier, stronger. Now, following Novak Djokovic's lead, there's not an ounce of fat on most of them, and even Rafa and Roger are lesser men than they once were.
Day 9 preview: The innocence of youth

Day 9 preview: The innocence of youth

In his final major as a teenager, Nick Kyrgios has ridden a wave of emotion to the quarterfinals - where an older, wiser Andy Murray awaits.
Shingo returns to defend his title

Shingo returns to defend his title

World champion wheelchair tennis player Shingo Kunieda is again looking to dominate in 2015 as the season kicks off at Melbourne Park today.
The things we love about Kyrgios

The things we love about Kyrgios

Why has Australia fallen for Nick Kyrgios? Alix Ramsay has the answers.
AO Spotlight: Ekaterina Makarova

AO Spotlight: Ekaterina Makarova

Ekaterina Makarova has gone under the radar in Melbourne this year, but that will all change if the Russian is able to oust No.3 seed Simona Halep in their quarterfinal on Tuesday.
Day 9
Tuesday, 27 January 2015
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