Australian Open: Roguish Russian anti-hero Daniil Medvedev could end the predictable run of winners in Melbourne
Who is going to end tennis’s procession of safe, predictable winners? This could be a job for Russian anti-hero Daniil Medvedev – the man who relished playing the villain during his run to September’s
Cameron Norrie does not lack for heart or self-belief but it is difficult to see him getting out of the first round at the Australian Open against the inventive Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert on Monday.
Andy Murray’s battle to regain full fitness has taken another worrying turn and his quest to return full-time to the Tour must be in serious doubt. Having decided before Christmas to pull out of the Australian
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Champion Novak Djokovic will be gunning for his eighth Australian Open title in Melbourne under circumstances strikingly similar to those when he lifted his second after being inspired