Things couldn't have gone worse for Venus Williams in Australia, but she showed her competitive spirit in a dominant Fed Cup weekend.
Venus Williams clinched a victory over Poland for the U.S. Fed Cup team on Sunday in the Group II first round, advancing her team to the World Group Playoff in April.
American Victoria Duval, who returned to Grand Slam action last month at the Australian Open after battling cancer, announced that she will be sidelined again after undergoing knee surgery.
Rafael Nadal will join Andy Murray in the field for the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club this summer, as part of their Wimbledon preparations.
Richard Gasquet defeated Paul-Henri Mathieu 7-5, 6-4 to defend his Open Sud de France title Sunday.
The Czech Republic, Switzerland and France secured spots in the Fed Cup semifinals on Sunday.
Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic rallied from a set down to beat Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2 on Sunday to retain his title on clay in the Ecuador Open in Quito.
John Isner has been obsessed with the Carolina Panthers since the team landed in the NFL in 1995. Now with his team playing in Super Bowl 50, he's making his preparations and predictions.
Just about anyone from Australia will tell you the Australian Open is the best Slam of the bunch. So what got the locals riled up this year? Here's a roundup of the best.
With his 11th Grand Slam title in the books, can Novak Djokovic catch Roger Federer's current all-time record of 17? History and the competition (or lack thereof) are on the Serb's side.
Roger Federer had arthroscopic knee surgery and expects to miss tournaments in Rotterdam and Dubai this month.
Roberto Bautista Agut won his fourth career title Sunday, beating Viktor Troicka 6-3, 6-4 to win the Sofia Open.
Kyle Edmund defeated Dan Evans in the first all-British Challenger final for more than a decade.
From Novak Djokovic's dominance to Serena's disappointment to the match-fixing allegations, we look back at the things that defined the 2016 Australian Open.
Juan Martin del Potro, limited to two tournaments last year after having wrist surgery in June, says he'll return to action this month at the Delray Beach Open.
Angelique Kerber vowed to jump into the Yarra River if she won the Australian Open -- and stayed true to her word after shocking Serena Williams.
Novak Djokovic reached new heights with his latest Aussie Open title and has put even more distance between himself and rivals Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (3) on Sunday to win a record-tying sixth Australian Open title and lock up his 11th career Grand Slam trophy.
Andy Murray needed a strong start in Sunday's Australian Open final. His failure to do just that against Novak Djokovic are one of Brad Gilbert's five keys to the match.
The Twitterverse weighed in on Novak Djokovic's win in the Aussie Open final, including the champ himself, who took part in a few spontaneous post-match celebrations.
From the early exits to heroics on the court to two dramatic finals, we look back at the best pictures from the past two weeks in Melbourne.
Johanna Konta has been forced to pull out of Great Britain's Fed Cup squad ahead of their Europe/Africa Zone Group I event.
We want Serena Williams to win. We expect her to win. But, as Saturday loss to Angelique Kerber proved, it is an unrealistic expectation, even for arguably the best player in tennis history.
Angelique Kerber did what most thought she couldn't: beat Serena Williams. Forced to a third set, Kerber held on to win the Aussie Open and deny the world No. 1 a 22nd career Slam title.
Serena Williams' loss to Angelique Kerber in the Aussie Open final will give the world No. 1 plenty to think about, especially if you compare it to her other Grand Slam final disappointments.
How did the top player in the world fall in the Aussie Open final? ESPN's Mary Joe Fernandez breaks down what went wrong for Serena Williams against Angelique Kerber.
From fellow players on the tour to German sports stars, the Twitterverse weighed in on Angelique Kerber's stunning upset of Serena Williams in the Aussie Open final.
Bruno Soares didn't have much down time between his Australian Open doubles championship matches. No worries -- he won them both.
Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza beating the Czech pair of Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka 7-6 (1), 6-3 to win the women's doubles title Friday at the Australian Open.
Vera Lapko upset defending champion Tereza Mihalikova of Slovakia in straight sets to become just the second Belarusian to win the girls' singles trophy at the Australian Open.
There is no doubt the love fans have for Roger Federer is warranted -- he's arguably the game's greatest. But it's time to show appreciation for the game's best player right now, Novak Djokovic.
The inaugural Laver Cup -- a Ryder Cup-like event that will pit Europe's best players vs. those from the rest of the world -- will take place in 2017.
Venus Williams is following sister Serena's decision of a year ago to return to Indian Wells.
Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens will lead the U.S. Fed Cup team against Poland next month with an opportunity to advance back into the competition's top tier in 2017.
Reports of match-fixing allegations continue to shake tennis' foundation, but how did the sport reach this low point? There are a few potential reasons worth exploring.
Just before the first ball was served at the Australian Open, BuzzFeed and the BBC released a report on the possibility of widespread match fixing in tennis. Here are six takeaways.
Stories, analysis and reaction to tennis match-fixing reports that surfaced on the eve of the 2016 Australian Open.
Tennis' governing bodies have announced they will commission an independent review of the Tennis Integrity Unit to restore "public confidence in our sport" after media reports of match fixing.
Novak Djokovic denied a newspaper report's allegation that he lost on purpose in a 2007 match in France, calling it "just speculation" and "absurd."
Nick Kyrgios escaped punishment for answering his phone on court before a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open, because the call was taken before the pre-match meeting.
Simona Halep will have surgery on her nose and hopes to be back in time to defend her title at Indian Wells in March.
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Watching a crazy match Borna Idenity Corcic vs De-Bakker from Rotterdam
Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon
Up two breaks for de Bakker. Funny to get the mental advantage through blowing 10 set points, though he's back to one break. :)
Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon
Props to de Bakker, who had 10 set points in first set (9 on return, choked the other), for breaking in third game of the second.