We’ve seen a number of awkward post-match interviews, booing and heckling, and just generally boorish behaviour.
During the third seed’s fourth round exit to number 14 seed Denis Shapovalov, he lost his temper on multiple occasions.
Daniil Medvedev was jeered by the crowd at the Rod Laver Arena and his response did nothing to endear him to those in attendance.
Playing in front of a home crowd usually brings with it some added pressure and expectation. Then again, Nick Kyrgios isn’t your usual tennis player.
Yesterday, Australia’s federal court unanimously upheld the decision to cancel Djokovic’s visa and he boarded an Emirates flight from Melbourne to Dubai.
The Serbian tennis star has issued an apology for false claims on his Australian immigration form, as well as appearing in public after a positive COVID-19 test result.
Novak Djokovic booked his place in the Australian Open final with a victory over Alexander Zverev, but his racquet won’t be joining him.
Two Italians squared off after their match, and a woman in the crowd called Rafa Nadal an “OCD f*ck” before being ejected from the arena.
Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas blew his first-round opponent away, although he was less successful with a microphone in front of him.
The Ozzie has played three matches in this year’s Murray River Open, and each of those has seen a nasty incident.
The Australian Open is only due to start on February 8, but there is already a massive storm brewing, with players quarantined in their hotel rooms and claims of unfair treatment.
During his second-round match at the Australian Open, Nadal drilled an errant forehand down the line, and straight into the noggin of a ball girl.
There’s just something about an on-court meltdown that’s enjoyable to watch from a distance, and Zverev’s was up there with the best of them.
During her fourth-round loss to local hero Ashleigh Barty at the Australian Open yesterday, Sharapova was booed by the crowd. Her post-match interview didn’t go much better.
Following his semi-final defeat to Novak Djokovic the Swiss maestro had to field the usual questions, although this time he wasn’t afraid to fire back.
Where there’s a will there’s a way and, when it comes to making easy money, there is always a will. This gambling practice has many up in arms but will it stop them?
Hey, we all feel the urge to swear until we’re blue in the face from time to time, but when your tirade is beamed around the world some folks get their knickers in a twist.
Eish, our condolences young man. See this ball boy take one right in the groin at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
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Chinese tennis star, Li Na stole the spotlight after she won the Australian Open on Saturday, 25 January, in Melbourne, Australia. Breaking the monotony that often tinges sport acceptance speeches, Li banged out a barrage of classic one liners such as: “Max my agent thanks a lot, you are making me rich.” “My husband, he […]
The semi-final match between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer at the 2014 Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam in Melbourne is currently underway, and Rafael Nadal’s hands are being shredded to pieces.
Genie Bouchard, the up and coming 19-year-old tennis superstar, made easy work of former French Open winner Ana Ivanovic on Tuesday.
Australia experienced one of the hottest days in it’s history yesterday, as temperatures soared to a sizzling 42.2 Celsius.
Back when I was three, I sometimes got so angry over not getting my way that I’d literally throw my toys to the ground. I can therefore totally relate to Marcos Baghdatis breaking four of his tennis racquets at the Australian Open yesterday. This happened just after he lost the second set of their match against Stanislas Wawrinka.