Novak Djokovic d Stan Wawrinka 7-6(1) 3-6 6-4 4-6 6-0
Four-time Melbourne winner Novak Djokovic gets sweet revenge for last year’s quarterfinal defeat to Stan Wawrinka, winning Friday night's semifinal in five sets.
Novak Djokovic d Milos Raonic 7-6(5) 6-4 6-2
Novak Djokovic d Gilles Muller 6-4 7-5 7-5
Novak Djokovic d Fernando Verdasco 7-6(8) 6-3 6-4
Novak Djokovic d Andrey Kuznetsov 6-0 6-1 6-4.
Novak Djokovic d Aljaz Bedene 6-3 6-2 6-4
Novak Djokovic pre-tournament interview
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy looks at how Novak Djokovic stood firm as Stan Wawrinka threw everything at him in a five-set semifinal that was won mentally and physically.
Novak Djokovic prevailed in an error-strewn semifinal on Friday night, but will have to raise his game if he’s to beat Andy Murray in a Melbourne final for a third time.
Stan Wawrinka came to Melbourne as the defending champion at a major for the first time; he left mentally exhausted but optimistic he can recharge quickly.
The end of the era of dominance by Messrs Djokovic, Federer, Nadal and Murray has been predicted many times, and even greeted as fact. The evidence at AO 2015, however, suggests there is still plenty of life in the Fab Four.
Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka have a history of gripping contests in Melbourne; can Friday night’s semifinal live up to their epic Australian Open clashes of the past two years?
Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka have battled one another to a standstill in Melbourne the past two years, and AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy says Friday's semifinal promises more of the same.
Andy Murray is an established member of the ‘Big Four’, Tomas Berdych a top-10 fixture poised to take the next step. What gives in a battle between two men with a common coaching link?
Top seed Novak Djokovic dismisses Canadian Milos Raonic with minimal fuss, reaching his fifth Australian Open semifinal with a straight-sets demolition on Wednesday night.
Twelve months after adding Boris Becker to his coaching team, Novak Djokovic – and his improved serve – stands within touching distance of a fifth Melbourne crown.
Venus Williams and Lindsay Davenport had a long rivalry at the height of their careers; at 34, can Venus stop the Melbourne run of Davenport-coached teen Madison Keys?
Novak Djokovic enjoyed an almost perfect year in 2014. Clearly the world's top player, he also married and became a father for the first time. The only blot was an uncharacteristic defeat at Melbourne Park...
On Australia Day, top seed Novak Djokovic gave the locals a show, dismissing Gilles Muller in straight sets to qualify for his eighth straight Melbourne quarterfinal.
In an Australian Open where seeds have fallen and big names sent packing in week one, four-time champion Novak Djokovic has continued on his merry Melbourne Park way.
AO Analyst Craig O’Shannessy shows why Fernando Verdasco has almost no chance of beating Novak Djokovic if rallies regularly go beyond five shots. So, getting to net would be an invaluable tactic.
Madison Keys has a power-laden game; on the bright stage of Saturday night at Australian Open 2015, the young American will need to be at her free-swinging best to oust Petra Kvitova.
Novak Djokovic has done the hard work becoming world No.1 so he was able to enjoy a stress-free victory over Andrey Kuznetsov for the loss of just five games.
Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka are firm friends off the court, but it’s a friendship that will take a temporary back seat when they clash for a place in the third round on Thursday.
He may be a multiple Grand Slam champion and multi-millionaire, but becoming a father has given Novak Djokovic new perspective on life – and tennis.
Last year was the high point of Stan Wawrinka’s career, but the reigning Melbourne champion is ready to look forward.
The talking is over and Melbourne Park is ready for 14 days of sizzling tennis action. Everything is set fair. Now bring it on.
Novak Djokovic is a man of routines in Melbourne. One involves chocolate. The other? Collecting Australian Open titles.
Roger Federer could scarcely be in better form as he attempts to land that elusive 18th Grand Slam. But the draw could not have been tougher.
Reigning champions Li Na and Stanislas Wawrinka were in attendance as the draw for Australian Open 2015 was released at Melbourne Park on Friday morning.
The road to the men’s singles title at Australian Open 2015 looks familiar, but as last year proved, anything can happen in the year’s first major.