Roger Federer said the new vulnerability of tennis's "top guys" was good for the sport as he avoided becoming yet another Australian Open casualty on Sunday. On a day when world number one Andy Murray.. Japan Today
For the first time ever neither of the men's or women's top ranked players has made the quarter finals after women's world number one Angelique Kerber followed men's top seed Andy Murray out of the.. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Melbourne (CNN)A day after his younger brother nearly upset one of the game's greats at the Australian Open, Mischa Zverev went one better when he eliminated Andy Murray in four sets to hand the world.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Melbourne (CNN)The day after his Australian Open nemesis exited in one of the biggest upsets in grand slam history, Andy Murray didn't suffer the same fate. With six-time champion Novak Djokovic out of.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
London (CNN)Andy Murray won his first match as the world's best male tennis player, overcoming Illya Marchenko in three close sets in the first round of the Australian Open. Britain's Murray, seeking.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Fans flock to Melbourne Park for the first day of the Australian Open as the world number one Andy Murray sets out to end a record run of the final defeats and his great rival Novak Djokovic seeks to.. Source: AFP Sports videos -
Andy Murray's monumental fourth round loss to underdog Mischa Zverev left fans and commentators shell-shocked.Zverev put on an absolute clinic at Rod Laver Arena, blasting his opponent off the court in.. New Zealand Herald
World No1 Sir Andy Murray has vowed to come back stronger after suffering a shock fourth-round defeat to German Mischa Zverev at the Australian Open on Sunday.
Top seed Murray, fancied to end his.. City A.M.
The Australian Open was home to a shocking upset with Andy Murray suffering an early round loss and Roger Federer stands to gain from a wide open field.After five Australian Open grand slam final.. FOX Sports
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The whiff of sporting upset hung around Melbourne Park on Sunday after top seeds Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber were handed stunning defeats in the Australian Open fourth round. SBS Also reported by •Reuters