MELBOURNE – Milos Raonic played impressive tennis during the two matches at this Australian Open in which he struggled with the flu.
Can CoCo back up her big win? And can the under-the-radar Tsonga stake a claim?
Oh yeah, and that old guy in the night seasson.
Oz Open continues, and tennis moves on.
MELBOURNE – Sponsors’ visibility trumps Federer love Sunday in Melbourne.
Raonic gets the same Hisense slot that worked well for him in the previous round.
Dabrowski trying to make a run in dubs with Bopanna.
Second singles round for Andreescu
MELBOURNE – A Federer off-day hit is an exercise in chill.
MELBOURNE – Given how under the weather he is, the last thing Milos Raonic was looking to do was get caught up in a Gilles Simon strokefest that might have sapped whatever energy he brought to Hisense Arena Saturday evening.
MELBOURNE – There’s no way to predict how it will affect his effort, before the match even begins, but from his warmup Saturday before an encounter with France’s Gilles Simon, Raonic is a long way from 100 per cent.
Nishikori-Federer in the fourth round is as intriguing as it gets.
Doubles duty for Andreescu, despite the big wrap on her leg.