- Australian Open 2019 Women's Singles Final highlights: Naomi Osaka wins 2nd Grand Slam title
- Australian Open 2017: tournament news, schedule, live scores and TV coverage
- Roger Federer defeats Rafael Nadal in five-set epic to win Australian Open final
Australian Open 2019 Women's Singles Final highlights: Naomi Osaka wins 2nd Grand Slam title
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Andy Murray was running on emotion as he pushed it to five-sets. Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki begin their campaigns with relative ease but Andy Murray bowed out in a show-stopper on day one. Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki successfully opened their Australian Open title defences Monday before Andy Murray took to the court for his farewell match at Melbourne Park — and potentially his last ever. There was a heavy local flavour to Day One as James Duckworth took on Rafael Nadal only to fall in straight sets, while there was better luck for winners Alex de Minaur and Jordan Thompson. Britain's Andy Murray played through complete exhaustion.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he Flashback Slam got the finish it deserved. Federer was equally carried away by this unexpected , , , , triumph — the late-career Slam he has been seeking since his last Wimbledon title in Normally so poised and commanding, he looked shocked when the victory was confirmed, and even slightly goofy. A schoolboy again, waving to his family in the stands. Then he fell to one knee, and the tears broke through.
Jump to navigation. I need to thank my family and friends, back home. A near-perfect service game from Naomi Osaka helps her beat Petra Kvitova , , and finish on the top step of the podium. She is set to become the first Asian player to reach the top spot of singles rankings in tennis. What an achievement!
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It's been a memorable day of action at Melbourne Park, capped off by an emphatic victory by World No. Federer struggled early in the match, going down an early break. But as champions do, he rallied back to take the first set to a tiebreaker, which he took to 1 point. From there it was one-way traffic, with Federer breaking Berdych early in the next two sets to take a comfortable victory, finally reaching peak form as he finished the big Czech off in the last set. That means the 5-time Australian Open champion will face up-and-coming Korean star Hyeon Chung, who won against fellow unseeded player Tennys Sandgren. Chung was ferocious for three sets and the American had no answers.
Federer recorded five aces in the set and won 12 of 15 first-serve points, while getting two break points. Nadal went on the offensive in the fourth set, converting 22 of his 29 serve points and putting Federer in position to commit 13 unforced errors to take a lead in the set. Nadal kept Federer without an opportunity for a break point throughout the set and finished the set off to force a fifth set. Though Federer took the third set , the games were hard-fought, with three of the games reaching deuce. Nadal played to his strength in the second set, putting Federer in a defensive position with furious rallies.
Australian Open 2017: tournament news, schedule, live scores and TV coverage
Roger Federer defeats Rafael Nadal in five-set epic to win Australian Open final
Greek freak Stefanos Tsitsipas produced a monster boilover to blast Roger Federer out of the Australian Open in a modern classic of high drama and icy tension. A new superstar has announced his arrival with Greek year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas blowing the roof off Rod Laver Arena with a massive boilover against Roger Federer. Aussie Ash Barty has defeated Russian drawcard Maria Sharapova in stunning scenes on Rod Laver Arena, advancing to her first Open quarter-final with a triumph in front of thousands of adoring fans. American young gun Frances Tiafoe also advanced, making it through to his first Open quarter-final after blitzing Bulgarian superstar Grigor Dimitrov in four sets. The time slam king was simply out-matched by rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas who has now established himself as the clear leader of the next generation. The fourth set was marred in controversy when Federer bristled as Tsitsipas called for a trainer at on serve. Federer complained that Tsitsipas had been able to call for the trainer 10 minutes before he eventually received his treatment, suggesting the Greek star did not actually have a medical emergency that required medical aid.
First set update : Serena Williams won the first set over her sister Venus Williams in the Australian Open women's singles final. Pre-match updates : Yes, a Williams will win the Australian Open. But you'll have to get up early or stay up late to watch the championship match. Venus Williams will square off against her sister, Serena in the final of the first Grand Slam of The match started at a. PT Saturday morning.