In Auckland, top seed Serena Williams (world number 2) lost her 2nd round match while Venus Williams withdrew due to injury.
Garbine Muguruza won an intense thriller on a 3rd set tie-break, and Rafa Nadal has overcome tricky Dolgopolov to advance to the second round.
World number one Sir Andy Murray has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, becoming the only active knight in the tennis world.
Renewed for a second year, Sir Andy Murray’s charity event will host Roger Federer this November.
Nick Kyrgos finds himself in the negative spotlight of the media again following his Beijing loss. But is all of it justified?
Australia has turned the tennis world upside down, with current champions falling, former champions shining, and future champions rising. 2017 will be an exciting year for tennis.
After a heartbreaking loss to longtime rival Roger Federer in the Australian Open, we're left to wonder what's next for tennis great Rafael Nadal.
A match-up between the Unstoppable Force (Federer’s sublime offense) and the Immovable object (Nadal’s impenetrable defense).
With top seeds on both the men's and women's sides out, fans all over are asking the question - could we be headed towards two blockbuster blast-from-the-past finals?