Andreas Seppi d Roger Federer 6-4 7-6(5) 4-6 7-6(5)
Roger Federer d Simone Bolelli 3-6 6-3 6-2 6-2.
Roger Federer d Yen-Hsun Lu 6-4 6-2 7-5
Roger Federer pre-tournament interview
The changing of the guard in the men’s game has still to materialise but some players' stars are definitely rising, while others fell well short of expectations.
Dan Imhoff gazes into his crystal ball and predicts what will happen in the men’s game after the season’s first major.
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.
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Roger Federer won more points against Andreas Seppi, but ultimately, not the right ones.
Out. Third round. Australian Open. Not since 2001 has Roger Federer packed his bags so early in Melbourne, but "just a bad day" and an inspired Andreas Seppi shocked the tennis world on Friday.
Alix Ramsay looks back at a Day 5 that will be forever remembered for the Swiss ace’s demise, but one where others stood up, or longed for past glories.
Two days after fraught second-round escapes, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova will be hoping to resume normal service on Friday in Melbourne.
Alix Ramsay looks back at Day 3 of Australian Open 2015, where big names barely made it through, and small talk (briefly) silenced the press.
Roger Federer struggled for a set with Simone Bolelli's serve and with a sore finger. Then he sprang into life and rattled off victory in four sets.
He may have 1000 wins on his glittering CV, but Roger Federer’s appetite for silverware remains as strong as ever.
Teen tyros Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios lit up Melbourne Park on Day 1 of Australian Open 2015; can they back up on Wednesday after surviving stern five-set tests?
A week after career win No.1000, Roger Federer didn’t miss a beat in the opening round of Australian Open 2015 on Monday night, on or off the court.
His age may be creeping up, but Roger Federer’s appetite for adding to his glittering CV remains unsated.
A year after he arrived in Melbourne with a new coach, new racquet and with question-marks over his body, a settled Roger Federer is ready to go at his 16th Australian Open.
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.
Eugenie Bouchard and a host of stars will take centre stage on Kids Tennis Day presented by Nickelodeon.
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The 2015 tennis season has struck with characteristic turbulence as some big names flounder, and others claim their territory.
It's a way to go before the Australian Open 2015 men's final on 1 February, enough time to ponder the best deciders from the Grand Slam of Asia-Pacific. Do you agree?