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Serena Williams was on her game in her first WTA-level match of 2015, setting up a classic second round clash against an old rival. It was a good day for the favorites.
Venus Williams put on a serving display to keep her perfect start to 2015 going. Can she make it to the second week of a Grand Slam for the first time since 2011?
It's rare that two players as legendary as Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka meet in the second round of a Grand Slam, but this will be one of those times.
Ekaterina Makarova and Simona Halep are in second round action on Wednesday, looking to avoid the upset bug that has ravaged the bottom half of the draw.
Petra Kvitova put her recent Australian Open woes behind her to make it safely into the second round with a straight set win over qualifier Richel Hogenkamp on Tuesday.
Agnieszka Radwanska recovered from a slow start to defeat WTA Rising Star Kurumi Nara and book her place in the second round of the Australian Open.
Yvonne Meusburger started and ended her Grand Slam career at the Australian Open. She also has fond memories of her home tournament.
How does a typical training day look for Maria Sharapova? What kinds of questions came up during Simona Halep's fan chat? Watch more videos from Down Under here!
World No.1 Serena Williams debuted her new Nike dress under the lights at the Australian Open Tuesday night and was a buzz on Twitter.
The first round wraps up on Tuesday, with Caroline Wozniacki meeting one of tennis' brightest young stars and Victoria Azarenka taking on an old foe.
Every day we'll be bringing you a daily notebook - food for thought on the first Grand Slam event of the year. Today, Chris Oddo describes a challenge faced by up-and-comers.
Maria Sharapova restored order after a manic Monday at the Australian Open, beating a birthday girl under the lights. Simona Halep cruised, but Ana Ivanovic fell.
We aren't just getting all of the best on-court action at the Australian Open, there's a lot going on off the court too. And the cameras have been rolling the whole time.
Li Na, who charmed the Australian Open crowds for years and years with her winning performances and amazing speeches, let them in on a little secret on Rod Laver Arena.
Eugenie Bouchard made a bright start to her Australian Open challenge, defeating Anna-Lena Friedsam, 6-2, 6-4, on Monday evening.
Ana Ivanovic started strong but Lucie Hradecka finished stronger, the Czech qualifier going from strength to strength to pull off the first huge stunner of the fortnight.
Simona Halep showed no ill effects of the illness that put her out of Sydney last week, cruising through her first match at the Australian Open on Monday afternoon.
Two-time defending Australian Open doubles champions Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci are the favorites to make it three in a row.
German star Sabine Lisicki has the fastest serve of all time from data collected by IDS.
Motor Neurone Disease has hit the sports world hard, and Serena Williams is helping publicize it.