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Federer prevails in five sets

Swiss second seed Roger Federer responded to the challenge of France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in their Australian Open quarter-final, progressing to a 10th consecutive semi-final in Melbourne …

Schedule doesn't bother Murray

Andy Murray has quashed suggestions he was unhappy with the Australian Open scheduling, which will see the Briton play his first match of the tournament under lights in the semi-finals...

Stephens a star on the rise

It is hard for tennis fans not to warm to Sloane Stephens - she's still a teenager and she has already conquered the villain of women's tennis, Serena Williams...

Serena gracious in defeat

A wounded Serena Williams was gracious in defeat as her quest for a third successive grand slam was ended by the brilliance of rising star Sloane Stephens in the quarter-finals at the Australian Open …

Azarenka not thinking about top spot

Victoria Azarenka insists the number one ranking is the furthest thing from her mind as she strives to retain her place at the top of the game...

Murray cruises into final four

Great Britain's third seed Andy Murray has cruised into the Australian Open semi-finals without dropping a set, after his comfortable quarter-final dispatching of French surprise packet Jeremy …

Australian Open 2013 - Day 11

Australian Open 2013Schedule for Day 11:Thursday 24 January 2013Rod Laver Arena11:00 AM Start Time1. Men's Doubles - SemifinalsBob Bryan (USA)[1] v. Simone …

Stephens stuns hurting Serena

American teenager Sloane Stephens has upset five-time Australian Open champion Serena Williams to set up a semi-final showdown with top seed Victoria Azarenka...

The Aussie trying to bring down Roger Federer

The Aussie involvement in the singles draw at the Australian Open may be over, but there will be a local flavour to tonight's quarter-final between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

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