- Football fan Azarenka into quarterfinals at Australian Open Updated: Jan-25-16 8:08 am
- Azarenka: Tennis hunger comes from childhood in Belarus Updated: Jan-23-16 7:29 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - Pressure is merely a matter of perspective for Victoria Azarenka, who can recall days when she was worried as much about going hungry as she was about her next match.
- Born an Aussie, raised a Brit. Konta's a star in Melbourne Updated: Jan-23-16 3:40 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - Johanna Konta became the first British woman in 29 years to reach the fourth round at the Australian Open on Saturday, giving rise to "a lot of Australia questions" at Melbourne Park.
- With Rio approaching, jockeying begins for doubles teams Updated: Jan-21-16 5:05 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - When Roger Federer and Martina Hingis decided to team up to play mixed doubles at the 2016 Olympics, a Swiss newspaper boasted the country would bring a "Dream Team" to Rio de Janeiro that could sweep all the tennis medals.
- Resurgent Venus stopped in 1st round at Australian Open Updated: Jan-19-16 3:54 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - When Johanna Konta found out she was playing Venus Williams in the first round of the Australian Open, she thought to herself, "I just hope I stay out there more than an hour."
- Women's tennis elite shaking off injuries, colds at Aus Open Updated: Jan-17-16 2:58 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - Before the sneezing and sniffling set in, the world's No. 2-ranked women's tennis player listed her goals for the year.
- Take 2: Resurgent Azarenka ready for Australian Open Updated: Jan-16-16 3:23 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - In her new music video, Victoria Azarenka spins wheels on a motorbike and sprays graffiti on a wall. There's not a tennis racket to be seen.
- Serena Williams not worried about injury, or what lies ahead Updated: Jan-16-16 1:57 am
MELBOURNE, Australia - Injury? What injury? The draw? Don't mention the draw.
- Tomic, Azarenka move into top 16 in Australian Open seedings Updated: Jan-13-16 8:43 pm
MELBOURNE, Australia - Defending champions and No. 1-ranked Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams top the Australian Open seedings lists, which follow rankings ahead of the first Grand Slam tournament of 2016.