AUS Open

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Australian Open 2020: Novak Djokovic lifts men's singles crown

02 Feb 2020

Australian Open 2020: Novak Djokovic lifts men's singles crown

Serbian Novak Djokovic staged a remarkable fightback to win the Australian Open 2020 men's singles title.

Leander Paes' Australian Open journey ends with mixed doubles loss

28 Jan 2020

Leander Paes' Australian Open journey ends with mixed doubles loss

Veteran Indian tennis player Leander Paes' Australian Open journey ended after a defeat in the second round of the mixed doubles event.

Australian Open, Day 6: Nadal seals win, Pliskova knocked out

25 Jan 2020

Australian Open, Day 6: Nadal seals win, Pliskova knocked out

Day 6 of the Australian Open saw several high-profile players move into the fourth round of the men's and women's singles events.

Australian Open 2020: The major happenings on Day 4

23 Jan 2020

Australian Open 2020: The major happenings on Day 4

Day 4 of the Australian Open saw the men's new generation stars move into the third round.

Australian Open 2020: The major happenings on Day 2

21 Jan 2020

Australian Open 2020: The major happenings on Day 2

The Australian Open 2020 got off to a frantic start on Monday with the top brass in both men's and women's singles dishing out some superb performances.

It's Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal in Australian Open final

25 Jan 2019

It's Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal in Australian Open final

Men's singles tennis star Novak Djokovic has continued to roar in Grand Slam tournaments.

Martina Hingis announces retirement from tennis for the final time

27 Oct 2017

Martina Hingis announces retirement from tennis for the final time

23 years after she made her professional debut, Martina Hingis, the current World No.1 doubles player, is set to retire from tennis, for a third and final time, after the ongoing WTA finals.

Not ready to retire yet, says Leander Paes

15 Sep 2017

Not ready to retire yet, says Leander Paes

Even after being overlooked by the Davis Cup team led by Mahesh Bhupathi, veteran tennis player Leander Paes said he is far from quitting tennis and that one shouldn't be surprised to see him on podium in 2018.